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WASHINGTON (AP) A D.C. fire official says two people have been taken to a hospital and 18 teenage students are being evaluated after a Metro bus and car crashed on Interstate 395. A fire department spokesman says the crash occurred near Maine Avenue southwest. Piringer says none of the injuries are serious.

WASHINGTON (AP) A spokeswoman for Washington Mayor Adrian Fenty says a police officer guarding the mayor's home followed proper procedure when two bicycles were stolen from the garage. Mafara Hobson says the Fentys take full responsibility for leaving the garage open.

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