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First WMATA suicide occurs since public outreach program begins

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A 24-year-old Maryland man killed himself by jumping in front of a Metro train Tuesday morning at the Farragut North station, making it the fifth suicide on Metrorail this year. But it was the first case since Metro started posting signs in its stations -- the public face of a $250,000 suicide intervention program -- two months ago reaching out to suicidal riders. The transit agency now has...

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