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Metro is running normal Red Line service on Monday morning after a CSX train derailed near the Rhode Island Avenue station early Sunday. Still, a segment of the nearby Metropolitan Branch Trail remains closed to cyclists and pedestrians as clean-up of the 175-car train derailment, which spilled now-contained chemicals onto the tracks, continues.

Red Line service had been suspended much of yesterday between the NoMa–Gallaudet and Brookland stations. The MBT is closed from T to Franklin Streets NE, per transportation officials:

At least one separate incident affected Red Line service this morning, however:

Several thousand gallons of sodium hydroxide leaked out of a CSX tanker into the rail bed on Sunday. But as of yesterday afternoon, officials said the leaked chemicals didn’t pose a threat to public health.

Photo via DCFEMS