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NTSB to hold 3-day hearing on June Red Line crash

The National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday it is extending to three days the public hearing this month on its investigation into the June 22 Red Line crash that killed nine people.

Board member Robert L. Sumwalt will lead a Board of Inquiry to question witnesses at the Feb. 23-25 hearing, the board said in a statement. Others questioning witnesses will include a technical panel composed of the NTSB staff, as well as representatives from Metro, the Federal Transit Administration, the Tri-State Oversight Commission, transit unions and other agencies, it said.

The board said a link for the hearing webcast will be posted on its Web site.

-- Ann Scott Tyson

By Terri Rupar  |  February 4, 2010; 10:55 PM ET
 
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