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Service Resumes on Green Line

A previous incident was creating major delays for afternoon commuters.

Release from wmata.com warns commuters of Green Line delays:

Metrorail customers can expect major delays along the Green Line this afternoon due to an individual who was struck by a train as it pulled into the Fort Totten Metrorail station headed in the direction of Branch Avenue.
Trains are single-tracking through the area, taking turns headed in both directions between West Hyattsville and Georgia Ave-Petworth Metrorail stations. Shuttle buses have also been requested to help passengers get around the incident. The free shuttles are likely to start arriving at these affected stations by 5:30 p.m.
Customers who can use the Red Line to get around the situation by transferring at Gallery Place-Chinatown Metrorail station or at the Fort Totten Metrorail station are encouraged to do so.

By washingtonpost.com editors  |  December 10, 2007; 5:07 PM ET
Categories:  Commuting  
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