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Another day, another Red Line delay. This time, it’s due to a train striking a man as it pulled into Van Ness/UDC station around 12:30 this afternoon. According to Metro’s press release,
“A six-car Red Line train headed toward Shady Grove was pulling into the station around 12:30 p.m. when witnesses report the man intentionally placed himself on the tracks. Emergency crews responded to the scene and removed the man from underneath the first rail car of the train. The man was transported to a local hospital.”
Single-tracking is in affect between Friendship Heights and Cleveland Park so expect to wait for trains. Nothing like a delayed Metro to kick off the weekend rush-hour!