Family: What good will this do?
Kenneth Hawkins, whose brother Dennis was killed in the Red Line crash, expressed some satisfaction that "hard-core facts" about causes of the crash emerged in the morning session of the NTSB's meeting Tuesday. But he remained dissatisfied overall.
"The question for me is, who's going to hold WMATA accountable," Hawkins told reporters at the lunch break. "Who's putting his foot on the neck of WMATA?"
He said the NTSB's role was limited to issuing recommendations and noted it had done that in the past without adequate impact. "They're coming out with the truth . . . but what's really going to happen" as a result, he asked rhetorically.
-- Robert McCartney
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