Our Morning Roundup: Metro Crash Aftermath
Check out these must see photos of yesterday's Metro crash aftermath. Read our interview we posted last night with a Deputy Fire Chief who was on the scene and ended up driving an ambulance. LL wonders: Are DC Metro cars safe? Need help with your commute? WMATA notes that red line service will be severely altered.
New Columbia Heights notes that Wonderland's owner has no desire to cash in and allow Real World d-bags to infiltrate his bar with drama, cameras.
Carlos in DC is mad at D.C. Police for stopping and detaining a woman for selling food on the street:
"While I agree the police was trying to enforce the law, but the officers in charge were totally ignorant with people -including me- who tried to help the Spanish-speaking woman with translation into English. The two policewomen were extremely rude and threatened anyone who tried to help."
Borderstan wants to know why Dupont Circle was completely cleared for a half hour on Sunday.
And Now, Anacostia notes that historic district signs are up in SE:
"Not sure why these didn't go up years ago, but I'm happy to report that the Anacostia Historic District is finally marked with signs. It's nice to have some physical reminders of the district's boundaries, but also emphasizes our need to expand in certain areas to include some of the neighborhood's more fragile homes and commercial buildings."