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Third suicide thwarted by Metro operator

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Metro train operators stopped trains from hitting people on the tracks in three different episodes in a four-day span. An Orange Line operator spotted a man in the train's path at the Ballston station late Monday night and pulled the emergency brake. The 44-year-old would-be suicide suffered lacerations on his hands, Metro officials said, and was taken to a hospital for a psychological...

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