Monday night, several passengers were in fear for their lives after a fire broke out on the Metro station in Washington, DC.
Here is what is being reported:
A total of 84 people were hospitalized due to the Metro tunnel filling with smoke, including one patient who died, D.C. fire department spokesman Tim Wilson said.
Up until about 6:30 p.m., D.C. fire officials were saying that only six people had been injured. That number increased sharply when Metro officials briefed reporters.
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