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WASHINGTON (AP) Police say a woman is dead and three people are injured after a crash in the 3rd Street Tunnel in Washington that involved a D.C. government vehicle. Investigators say a Department of Public Works van had stopped in the tunnel for workers to pick up debris early this morning. Before the workers got out, a car crashed into the back of the van, killing the car's driver.

WASHINGTON (AP) More escalator problems are being reported at Metro stations in Washington. Yesterday morning, a Dupont Circle station escalator jolted to a halt, causing riders to fall. No injuries were reported.

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