Scene: Seconds After Two Cars Collided on Penn. Ave. NE
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Scene: Seconds After Two Cars Collided on Penn. Ave. NE

Seconds after a driver who lost control of her Cadillac smashed into a white Toyota 4Runner that was stopped at a light at Pennsylvania and Alabama avenues SE. Mayor Adrian Fenty was scheduled to hold a news conference on HIV/AIDS when two cars collided. Four people were taken away on stretchers.Video by Anna Uhls/The Washington Post

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