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Smoke Reported at Pentagon Metro Station

Arlington firefighters are responding to the Pentagon Metro station for smoke in the station.

Initial reports from the scene suggest that leaves and debris on the track caught on fire, causing light smoke to fill the station.

Metro employees extinguished the fire using a powdered fire retardant. Arlington firefighters are now investigating.

Trains are still traveling to and from the station.

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