The Deadliest Crash in Metro's History
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The Deadliest Crash in Metro's History

Experts suspect failure of signal system or operator error in yesterday's deadly Red Line collision. NTSB investigators are on scene today gathering more evidence. Video by Anna Uhls/The Washington Post, photos by AP (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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