Woman Struck at Rhode Island Ave. Metro Station

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    Metro trains were single-tracking between the Rhode Island and New York avenue stations Wednesday afternoon due to a woman struck by a train at Rhode Island Avenue.

    The Rhode Island Avenue station was closed temporarily -- trains passed through without stopping -- and shuttle bus service was requested, but the station has since reopened , Metro said.

    Red Line riders were warned to expect delays, but regular service had resumed by 4:35 p.m.

    The woman was taken to an area hospital. A preliminary police investigation determined she was on the tracks intentionally.


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