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Metro panel OKs suicide-prevention plan

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Metro’s safety committee on Thursday voted unanimously in favor of a proposed $250,000 suicide prevention program. The program, if approved later this month by Metro’s board of directors, would train Metro train operators, station managers and bus drivers to identify suicidal behaviors among passengers and to take steps to prevent suicides from occurring. Metro project manager Lisa Cooper-Lucas...

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