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Huntington Ave. Near Metro Reopens

Huntington Ave. is fully open again after a water main break at Huntington and Fifer Dr. in Alexandria, had closed one lane in each direction.

The water main has been fixed, though authorities plan to return to the area around 6 p.m. to repair the asphalt. That could cause further delays for travelers.

(This post has been updated.)

-- Tom Jackman

By Washington Post Editors  |  January 20, 2009; 3:20 PM ET
Categories:  Inauguration  
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Senator Byrd was remooved for health problems at the luncheon. Senator Kennedy had convuslsions at lunch separate shortly after, he has had cancer for quite some time. That is what is going on with recent ambulences.

Posted by: max1mos111 | January 20, 2009 3:04 PM | Report abuse

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Sen. Kennedy Collapses At Luncheon
Kennedy Was Diagnosed With Tumor In May

POSTED: 1:44 pm CST January 20, 2009
UPDATED: 1:59 pm CST January 20, 2009


Sen. Ted Kennedy collapsed during a luncheon following President Barack Obama's inauguration.

Paramedics were called at 2:35 p.m. after Kennedy suffered a seizure, CNN reported.

In May, Kennedy learned that he has a malignant brain tumor.

Kennedy is the lone surviving son in his storied political family.

Posted by: max1mos111 | January 20, 2009 3:11 PM | Report abuse

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