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Metro crash victim's family's year of grief, hardships
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Metro crash victim's family's year of grief, hardships

Veronica DuBose's mother and sister talk about missing DuBose, who died in the Red Line metro crash, taking care of her two children, Raja, 8, and Ava, 2, and their disappointment in Metro. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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Pain, anger persist year after Metro crash
Article | Each night, Carolyn Jenkins and her 2-year-old granddaughter, Ava, say their prayers beside the bed they share in a relative's home. After Ava goes to sleep, Jenkins turns to a memorial of candles and photos in a corner of the room and speaks to her late daughter, Veronica DuBose, a 29-year-old...

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