Update - 3 p.m. - WMATA reports that normal service has been restored along the Green and Yellow lines following a reported attempted suicide-by-train at the Fort Totten Metro Station.
Update - 1:05 p.m. - Washington Examiner transit reporter Kytja Weir reports that Metro officials believe the man struck by the train at Fort Totten earlier today may have been trying to commit suicide. Speaking with Washington, D.C. fire and EMS officials, she also reports the victim a white male, was transported to a local hospital while still remaining conscious.
Weir notes that this is the 11th suicide-by-train attempt so far in 2012 on the WMATA system.
A person was struck by a Metro train today at Fort Totten Metro Stationb, causing delays up and down the Green Line as rescue crews work to save the victim.
According to a Tweet from Washington Post transit reporter Dana Hedgpeth, a spokesperson for Metro said that the victim was still alive as of 12:16 p.m.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority has Green Line trains single tracking between the Georgia Avenue and West Hyattsville Metro stations. Green and Yellow line trains traveling that corridor will not be stopping at Fort Totten.
The Red Line platform at Fort Totten is still open, and Metro officials advise any travelers at Fort Totten to use the Red Line to travel downtown. Customers will be unable to transfer between the Red and Green/Yellow lines at Fort Totten while rescuers are on the scene.
This is a developing story, stay with Patch as more details are learned.