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Friends of Metro Operator Grieve, Reflect

Neighbors and friends of Jeanice McMillan share memories of meeting, raising children together and helping one other in times of need. McMillan was the operator of the Red Line Metro train that crashed into the back of another train on June 22. Metro Operator Would Have Done 'Anything in Her Power' to Prevent Crash, Friend Says Video by Tracy Woodward, Edited by Ashley Barnas/The Washington Post (Tracy Woodward, edited by Ashley Barnas/The Washington Post)

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