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Metro achieves safety milestone after deadly 2009 Red Line crash, logs lowest crime since 2005

After almost a decade, Metro has finally executed the last of more than a dozen safety recommendations issued by federal investigators in the wake of the Red Line crash, which killed nine people.
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