A man was fatally struck by a Metro train Sunday afternoon in Northeast Washington.

The incident occurred at 1:47 p.m. on the Red Line at the NoMa-Gallaudet station, according to Metro. Agency spokesman Ian Jannetta said a preliminary review of station video showed the man intentionally put himself in the path of the train.

The man showed no signs of life when first responders arrived, Jannetta said.

Red Line trains were bypassing the NoMa-Gallaudet station on a single track with delays in both directions, Jannetta said. He said Metro was dispatching shuttle buses to take passengers at the station, located near M and Second streets NE, to connecting stations.

Metro Transit Police were assisting D.C. fire officials in the response.

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