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Businesses, parking garage at Watergate remain closed

Crews stabilized much of the damaged parking garage at the Watergate complex this weekend allowing residents and workers to return to most of the buildings. However a few basement and plaza-level businesses remain closed as the investigation continue what caused three tiers of the garage to collapse into a pile of rubble.

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