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Latest Deborah Hersman Items
The head of the National Transportation Safety Board said that the D.C. Metro system is significantly safer now than it was last year when a train crash killed nine people and injured dozens of others.
The stinging words "anemic safety culture" rang loud and clear at the National Transportation Safety Board's report on the investigation of last summer's crash on the D.C. Metro system that killed nine people.