WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Four D.C. cab companies are charged with refusing to service blind passenger.
A WUSA9 special report details the allegations that D.C. cab companies are leaving blind passengers on the street, charging them an unauthorized extra fee, or dropping them off at the wrong destination without warning.
Get the full story on WUSA9 News at 11.
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