Hundreds mourn victims, talk about the safety of Metro
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Hundreds mourn victims, talk about the safety of Metro

Ceremony near site of last year's fatal accident marks "the most tragic day in the history of Metro." The victims' families spoke about their tragic losses and the need for Metro safety improvements. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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