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Two Metrobuses have collided in Southeast D.C., and several people are being evaluated for injuries.
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Seven people were taken to the hospital after a collision between a Metrobus and pickup truck in Northeast.
Police nabbed a Metrobus driver for making a turn from the wrong lane.
Metro is still investigating how a 19-year-old was able to walk into the Bladensburg bus facility on Friday and drive out with a Metrobus.
The teenager who disguised himself as a Metro driver and stole a bus last summer has been sentenced to 18 months of probation and 200 hours of community service.
The severe weather in Montgomery County on Thursday morning should not have been a factor in the Metrobus collision that left dozens injured, a Metro spokesperson says.
The investigation of the shooting of a gunman at Discovery's headquarters is rerouting some Metro buses Thursday morning.
The Glenmont, Wheaton, Forest Glen, Silver Spring and Takoma stations will be closed Friday, September 3 at 10 p.m. until Tuesday, September 7 at 5 a.m.
Metro is set to begin a massive, long overdue repair and maintenance project of its longest and most-used escalators, Metro Interim General Manager Richard Sarles said Tuesday on WTOP's Ask Metro program.
Metro expects standing room only conditions on Green Line trains before and after the game.