Washington D.C. Metro Crash

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    June 23: A demolished train car is lowered as officials continue to work around the scene of a rush-hour collision between two Metro transit trains in northeast Washington, D.C.

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    June 23: Investigators and officials look over the collision scene of two Metro transit trains in Northeast Washington.

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    June 23: Tijuana Cox, of Prince George's County, MD., who was injured in yesterday’s collision, stands near the scene in the early morning Tuesday.

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    June 23: Passengers await a train at Metro Center as there was slow, limited service on the Red Line following yesterday's wreck.

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    June 23: From left, Washington Police Chief, Cathy Lanier, Metro General Manager of Metro, John Catoe, Washington Fire Chief, Dennis Rubin, and Washington Mayor Adrian Fenty speak to the media.

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    June 23: Police, investigators, and officials continue to work at the scene of the collision.

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    June 22: Four were killed and more than 70 injured in rush-hour collision between two Metro transit trains in northeast Washington, D.C.

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    June 22: Four were killed and more than 70 injured in rush-hour collision between two Metro transit trains in northeast Washington, D.C.

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    June 22: District of Columbia Fire and Emergency workers at the site of a rush-hour collision between two Metro transit trains in northeast Washington, D.C

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    June 22: District of Columbia Fire and Emergency workers remove an unidentified individual at the site of a rush-hour collision between two Metro transit trains in northeast Washington, D.C.

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    June 22: District of Columbia Fire and Emergency workers at the site of a rush-hour collision between two Metro transit trains in northeast Washington, D.C.

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