Update, 11:58 a.m., March 19:
A man who jumped in front of a Red Line train at Metro's White Flint station has died, The Washington Examiner is reporting.
Original post, 11:15 a.m., March 19:
Metrorail's White Flint station reopened about 11 a.m. after a person was struck by a train Monday morning.
Delays continue as Red Line trains use a single track between Grosvenor and Twinbrook stations, according to Metro's website.
The White Flint station was temporarily closed after the incident.
Metro is addressing incidents of people intentionally jumping in front of trains through training for train operators and station managers, The Post reported.