An intimate look into the Metro crash emergency response
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An intimate look into the Metro crash emergency response

D.C. rescue squad and chief firefighters relive the intense moments immediately following the tragic Red Line metro crash that occurred one year ago near Fort Totten Station in Washington, D.C. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post, File footage courtesy of D.C. Fire & EMS)

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