Fire Trucks At Van Ness Metro
5:10 P.M. UPDATE: The alarm was tripped, but there is no smoke, no fire and no delays at the Van Ness station, said Metro sopkesman Steven Taubenkibel. So the fire trucks are there so they can look into what tripped the alarm, he said.
ORIGINAL POST: Fire trucks are outside the Van Ness Metro station due to a report of smoke coming from an ancillary room at the station, said Metro spokesman Steven Taubenkibel. But he said that this did not cause any red line delays*, and the trucks went out there at 4:06 p.m.
* Further delays, obviously.
July 30, 2009; 5:01 PM ET
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