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Forest Glen station reopened

Update 7p.m.: Metro reports that electricity has been restored at the station.

Original post:The Forest Glen station on Metro's Red line is currently closed due to a power outage rendering its elevators--the station is the only one without escalators--out of service. Trains can pass through the station, but those who parked there, or live nearby, will need to take a shuttle from one of the neighboring stations.

Stay tuned to Washingtonpost.com for status updates as the rush hour begins.

By Luke Rosiak  |  June 1, 2010; 4:36 PM ET
Categories:  Commuting  
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