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Cracked rail means Red Line delays during evening rush

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A cracked rail outside Tenleytown means delays during the Friday evening rush hour for Metro's Red Line riders. Crews are working to replace a 39-foot section of rail after it cracked in a tunnel outside the Tenleytown station. Trains single-tracked between the Friendship Heights and Van Ness stations starting around 3 p.m., causing 20-minute delays by 4:30 p.m. Metro spokeswoman Caroline Lukas...

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