'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A man was injured on Monday after he jumped in front of a Metro train, officials said, tying up lunchtime riders on the Yellow and Green Line trains while emergency crews worked to free him.
The D.C. engine company that saw firsthand the advent of the motorized fire truck, civil rights riots of the 1960s and the deadliest crash in Metro history celebrated on Sunday its 100 years of serving the Petworth community.
A service on Wednesday marking two years since the Metro train crash that killed nine people near the Fort Totten station was partly an apology and partly a promise made by officials with the transit system that they had learned from mistakes.