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Posted at 12:31 PM ET, 03/ 4/2011

Person struck by Metro train at Rockville

By Washington Post editors


Metro reports that a person has been struck by a train at the Rockville station.

Metro spokesman Lisa Farbstein said Metro received the report at 12:21 p.m., and the accident occurred on the Glenmont-bound tracks, Dr. Gridlock reports.

The station is closed. Trains are passing through.

Stay with and Dr. Gridlock for more details.

By Washington Post editors  | March 4, 2011; 12:31 PM ET
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Red line never ever improve their safety majors except taking more money from us (commuters). Now is that time for raising the fare just because the price of gas is going up.of course their service is undeniably going down! I am using this opportunity to express my frustration with the red line delays every morning and evening.
Have a Blue and Orange day!!

Posted by: sfeyissa1 | March 4, 2011 4:50 PM | Report abuse

This was an attempted suicide. The ever-increasing attempted suicides are almost always reported as "Person struck by Metro train", so remember that before you spout off. This time it was a long-term, depressed 26 yr old, and he lost 3 limbs. Really tragic. Extremely tough for our solid metro drivers and staff. Many have trouble staying on the job.

Posted by: ModDem | March 4, 2011 7:24 PM | Report abuse

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