D.C. Metro Trains Collide During Evening Commute

At least six people were killed and scores injured during rush hour Monday evening when two Metro trains collided, causing cars from one to land atop the the other. The National Transportation Safety Board and the FBI are on the scene of what is being called the deadliest crash in the Metro's history, according to D.C. officials. District of Columbia Fire Department spokesman Alan Etter said crews had to cut people out of the mangled train cars in what he described as a "mass casualty...Full Story
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