Metro Closure Hampers Evening Rush

Another wonderful example of Metro competence, quality, and capability.

(That, my friends, is called sarcasm.)

20 people were injured, none seriously (miraculously) when an empty train slammed into another train waiting at the Woodley Park station. There’s a lovely photo of the carnage in the Post article.

Isn’t it great that Fairfax County just approved 110 million dollars in bonds to go to this well maintained, reliable transit system? Actually, that might just cover the cost of this whole mishap.

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating.

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