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June 22, 2009 4:40 PM

Death toll now 6, may climb, in rear-end crash of D.C. trains

Officials confirmed six dead and 76 injured in the worst crash in the 33-year history of Washington's Metro rapid-transit system. Officials said a train had stopped, waiting to move into a station, when the second train slammed into it from behind.

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