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"Everyone Started Screaming"

Dylan Hooks, 17, was on one of the trains. "All I heard was a boom. Everybody started screaming. Somebody hit their head on the glass," he said. "We were just trying to figure out what happened." Dylan says that the electricity in the train went off, and the passengers on his car had to open the doors themselves. But it wasn't too difficult, and they walked out on their own power.

-- Maria Glod

By Washington Post staff  |  June 22, 2009; 7:33 PM ET
 
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