Metro union to hold vigil for crash victims
The union representing Metro workers will hold a candelight vigil to honor fallen members next Tuesday, June 22, the one-year anniversary of the Red Line crash, Lisa Rein reports over at Dr. Gridlock.
The memorial will be held at the union's headquarters in Forestville, and will follow a 10 a.m. ceremony at Fort Totten Park that Metro is holding to honor the victims of the crash, which killed nine people and injured 80 in the rail system's deadliest accident.
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| June 15, 2010; 3:25 PM ET
Categories: DC, Maryland, Traffic and Transportation, Virginia | Tags: crash, memorial, metro, red line, vigil
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