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Lines, Stress at Farragut West

Post reporters are still seeing long lines stretching outside the Farragut West Metro station, which serves the Blue and Orange Lines, as recently as 5:15 p.m.

Nelson Hernandez said at least 300 were gathered outside the station, where a police officer stood on top of the escalator bannister telling people -- some who appear to be growing impatient -- there was no space for them inside.

"Excuse me!" one woman shouted, temporarily silencing the crowd. "What is the problem?"

"There's no room," the officer said.

By Washington Post Editors  |  January 20, 2009; 5:16 PM ET
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Comments

Uh...what did they expect? Did they not see the hundreds of thousands of people next to them earlier?

Posted by: Peaux_Sucent | January 20, 2009 5:21 PM | Report abuse

HA HA HA, REALLY! WHAT DID THEY EXPECT, HUH? Meanwhile, up here in NW DC things are still silent as a tomb! And by the way, beautiful sunset out there! -which those of us who were smart and stayed at home can watch, along with the parade, all warm and cosy with a nice cocktail in hand!

Posted by: arrabbiato | January 20, 2009 5:44 PM | Report abuse

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