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Metro's public suicide prevention campaign months away

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Metro's planned suicide intervention hotline won't begin for another few months, the latest delay in the transit agency's nearly three-year-old pledge to fight suicides-by-train even as the death toll mounts. The agency has been plagued with riders using the system's trains, and even parking garages, to kill themselves. In the latest case, a 65-year-old Montgomery Village man killed himself...

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