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D.C. Metro Accident Leaves Six Siblings Alone

El Tiempo Latino, Posted: Jul 02, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Tacoma Park resident Ana Fernandez was one of the nine victims of the June 22 Washington, D.C. train accident, one of the worst accidents in D.C. transportation history. Her six sons and daughters were waiting for her at home. The eldest had just come to the United States two weeks earlier from El Salvador. He told El Tiempo Latino that he plans to take care of his siblings. The family is now asking the community for help.


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