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Yesterday's article "Explosion Could Collapse Part of Bay Bridge, Prof Says" should have stated that Abolhassan Astaneh is a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The article also should have stated that he received $50,000 from the National Science Foundation, not Caltrans, to study the bridge's extensive damages. The photo accompanying the article should have been attributed to Krista Osmundson and its caption should have stated that Astaneh was showing a computer model of the self-anchored bridge Caltrans has designed for the east span of the Bay Bridge.

The Daily Californian regrets the errors.

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