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That Would Have Really Sucked

An interesting correction to the New York Times’ 12/23 story on River Road’s flooding in D.C.:

    Because of an editing error, an article on Wednesday about a water main break in Bethesda, Md., misstated the amount of water released each minute because of the rupture. It was 150,000 gallons, not 150 million gallons.

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