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Metro starts training workers to intervene with suicidal riders

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Prevention program starts two years after pledge The 39-year-old McLean man who jumped in front of a packed train at Clarendon station on the Orange Line a week ago remained alive Monday, hospitalized in intensive care with critical injuries including head trauma and broken bones. He is one of 24 people who have been hit by Metro trains in suicide attempts since January 2009, according to...

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