Metro derailment downtown
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Metro derailment downtown

Three people suffered minor injuries when a six car Metro train derailed near the Farragut North station in northwest D.C. Metro did not yet know the cause of the accident. Fire department personnel cleared the scene. Interviews: Metro riders Shelita Masterson and King John and Metro spokesperson Cathy Asato. (Ben de la Cruz, Whitney Shefte and Mark Abramson/The Washington Post)

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