Metro Transit Police investigating incident at Gallery Place
Metro Transit Police are investigating Monday's incident at Gallery Place-Chinatown Station on the Red Line.
In a press release, the transit agency said a preliminary report indicates a young man was pushed into the side of a train bound for Shady Grove that was stopped at the station. The initial investigation indicates that the incident occurred during an altercation, the statement said. The minor fell to the platform, was treated at the scene by emergency personnelm and was transported to a nearby hospital.
Metro said the train was held at the station for 45 minutes, causing delays. Normal service has resumed, but residual delays continue, Metro said.
November 30, 2009; 4:42 PM ET
Categories: Advisories , Commuting , Metro | Tags: Metro, Red Line
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