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Train malfunction at Eastern Market resolved (Update)

UPDATE (6:17 p.m.): Metro says the disruption at Eastern Market is fully resolved.

Staff Writer Greg Gaudio reports from the Smithsonian Metro stop that the station is only open for those who are exiting right now, and that traffic flow is heavy but moving quickly and orderly.

Metro says a train malfunctioned at the Eastern Market station on the Blue-Orange Line, but apparently the problem has been resolved. A system alert says this will still lead to likely delays on the line taking riders toward the Smithsonian stop, four away from Eastern Market.

By James Hohmann  |  July 4, 2009; 6:22 PM ET
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