December 15, 2007

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Because of a production error, the front page of yesterday's Business section contained outdated values and changes for the Dow Jones industrial average, the Standard & Poor's 500 and Nasdaq composite stock indexes, and the euro, 10-year Treasury bond and crude oil. Stock indexes that appeared inside the Business section were correct.

A graphic illustrating a triple-fatal accident between a Baltimore firetruck and a sport utility vehicle inaccurately depicted the direction in which the SUV was travelling. The vehicle was headed northeast - not southwest - on Clarks Lane, and was initially struck by the firetruck on its passenger side.

The name of the owner of the Mount Vernon house in yesterday's Dream Home feature was misspelled. The correct name is Drew Rieger. In addition, the second-floor front parlor's dimensions were misstated. The room is 24 feet square.

An article and an accompanying chart in some of yesterday's editions misstated the number of NFL teams that have won only one game in a season since the 1970 merger. The correct number is nine. The chart omitted the 1990 New England Patriots and 1996 New York Jets.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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