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Posted at 11:04 PM ET, 06/ 4/2010

Metro investigates bus crash

By Eric Athas

[This post has been updated to correct the Web address of Unsuck DC Metro.]

Metro is investigating a Thursday crash involving a bus and a parked truck in Northeast Washington that was captured on video and posted on a blog, a Metro spokeswoman said.

The B2 bus collided with the truck near Bladensburg Road and L Street, said spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein.

The video, posted on the Web site showed one bus halted near the truck, and another bus pulling up alongside the first. After a time, the first bus appears to move forward and strike the rear of the truck. No injuries were reported.

--Ann Scott Tyson

By Eric Athas  | June 4, 2010; 11:04 PM ET
Categories:  Crime and Public Safety, DC  
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Again, the correct name of the site is:



Posted by: unsuckdcmetro | June 5, 2010 10:42 AM | Report abuse

On top of getting their go-to #WMATA news source wrong AGAIN it seems this "article" was written by two people. We have Ann Scott Tyson, who really seems to have a problem getting unsuckdcmetro's site correct and an extra byline for Eric Athas. Huh.

Here's an idea, howzabout the Post just gives unsuckdcmetro full credit for writing all of these articles?

Posted by: NotForYou1 | June 5, 2010 7:27 PM | Report abuse

12 hours after it was first reported that this article incorrectly cites the web site's name, it is still not corrected. What's up?

Posted by: dezlboy1 | June 5, 2010 9:43 PM | Report abuse

Both drivers should be fired.

Current policy is that the driver is not supposed to pass another bus and stop short to let a passenger out in the street. (A pedestrian was killed not to long ago because of an out of service bus passing a stopped bus.) And clearly, the other driver did not make sure he or she had a clear pass - they seemed to try to rush it in advance of a potential passenger getting off of the outer bus.

Posted by: prokaryote | June 5, 2010 9:48 PM | Report abuse

48 hours to fix the article. Well, still faster than Metro and its escalators.

Posted by: NotForYou1 | June 6, 2010 10:38 PM | Report abuse

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