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Union Station Jammed With Commuters

The ripple effect of the crash was clear at Union Station, where witnesses reported that line of people waiting for a taxicab was at least 100 people long.

Many of these were Metrorail passengers turned back from Rhode Island Avenue on the trains after the collision blocked the tracks to the north. Others were MARC train riders and Amtrak passengers who could not board their trains, because the rescue operation was blocking the tracks they would normally use.

By Robert Thomson  |  June 22, 2009; 7:39 PM ET
 
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