Updated at 9:22 a.m.
Metro trains are no longer sharing a track on the Red Line after a person was struck by a train earlier Monday morning at the Cleveland Park stop.
Some delays remain as trains get back to normal operations.
Updated at 8:47 a.m.
A man was struck by a Metro train on the Red Line at the Cleveland Park stop. There are delays as trains are sharing a track between the Friendship Heights and Dupont Circle stops.
Metro Transit Police said the man has been rescued from the track and that medical personnel are on the scene. He is conscious, alert and breathing, according to Metro officials.
Updated at 8:34 a.m.
Trains are single-tracking between the Friendship Heights and Dupont Circle stations after a person was struck at the Cleveland Park station. Delays are expected in both directions.
Updated at 8:22 a.m.
A person was struck by a train on Metro’s Red Line.
There were few details immediately available and the person’s condition was not known. A Metro spokesman said an initial report is that the person intentionally got onto the tracks and into the path of a train.
The incident happened at the Cleveland Park stop.
Original post at 5:40 a.m.
Riders on Metro’s Red Line should expect delays Monday morning because of a signal problem outside the Van Ness stop.
It is not clear how long the delays will last.