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Sunday May 1st, 2016 9:36PM

Subway waits of nearly an hour in Washington

By SeNita McRae
WASHINGTON, D.C. - It took nearly an hour to get onto Washington's subway system at times Sunday as hordes of people continued to pour into the city for Tuesday's inauguration. Meanwhile, the Transportation Security Administration is assisting the Secret Service in provide citywide security this week.

TSA spokesman John Allen told AccessNorthGa.com that 300 TSA workers from all over the country are being flown in to Washington, D.C. to work security for special events. They will screen guests as though they were coming into the airport. Allen said this is collaboration with the Department of Homeland Security will show that the agencies can work together.

Allen said "we didnâ
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