This probably isn't what Metro had it mind when it adopted the slogan "Metro opens doors."
The transit agency says it is looking into why the doors of a Red Line train traveling in the direction of Shady Grove opened while the train was moving Tuesday morning, The Washington Examiner reported.
The incident occurred just after 9 a.m. in a tunnel between the Van Ness and Tenleytown stations, The Examiner reported.
The cars are among the oldest in Metrorail's fleet, The Examiner reported.
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The Unsuck DC Metro blog first reported the incident. The post included a photo of a car with its doors open. The blog also quoted a Facebook post in which a Red Line rider described a similar incident on Tuesday on a trip between Silver Spring and Takoma.