By Timothy Gardner NEW YORK, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Filters should be placed on millions of old diesel engines to protect Americans who breathe large amounts of lung-and-heart-damaging soot particles during their daily commutes, according to a clean air group. The Boston-based Clean Air Task Force report released on Wednesday said that up to 70,000 peoples' lives in the United States are shortened by fine particulates. Tiny soot particles from sources including diesel engines can cause ...
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