First Person: Metro rider cheats death
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First Person: Metro rider cheats death

On Monday, Jamar Clark, was running up the escalator when his train passed by. He was upset. But luck was on his side after all. Moments later the train was involved in a deadly crash. Clark is back riding the train with some reservations. Video by AP (AP)

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