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Green and Yellow Line delays

Mark Berman

9:15 a.m. Update: Metro says the problem has been resolved but expect the delays to take a while to work out of the system.

Original post: The Green and Yellow Lines are facing delays due to a sick customer on the train at L'Enfant Plaza. Trains on the Green Line are sharing the same track between the Waterfront and L'Enfant, while trains on the Yellow Lines are sharing the same track between Pentagon City and L'Enfant.

By Mark Berman  | July 12, 2010; 8:42 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories, Metro  | Tags:  metro, metrorail delays, wmata  
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Orange as well -- sick passenger at Rosslyn.

Posted by: yell53 | July 12, 2010 9:01 AM | Report abuse

I've always wondered what this means. What does a "sick customer" mean? Does it mean they threw up? Does it mean they feel lightheaded? Why do they have to hold the train or whatever until they get the sick passenger off? Can't you just put the sick passenger at the next station, being attended by the station managers, and keep the train moving? What does this mean?

Posted by: DCCenturion | July 12, 2010 2:47 PM | Report abuse

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