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T’s drivers feel especially vulnerable after attack

The weekend mob attack on an MBTA bus driver has shattered a fragile sense of security among drivers, who often work in isolation and are on their own when trouble strikes.

Though the T has installed surveillance cameras on a third of its buses, and Transit Police sometimes guard the subway, drivers say that is not enough to stop an attack.

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