A bomb threat in Northwest Washington DC has caused the entrance to Metro’s City station to shut down. The threat was confirmed Monday afternoon.
According to Metro, the entrance to the station has been shut down at the corner of 13th and G Streets in Downtown Washington DC. Meanwhile, other entrance to Metro City remain open while authorities conduct an investigation into the threat.
The threat has only recently reported and the story is developing.
Back in July, a man was accused of making bomb threats a different station in Washington DC. James Cherry allegedly made bomb threats to DC’s Union Station back in July 2016. He also made bomb threats to Metrorail station, and an area near the White House. He apparently made those threats for his own entertainment. However, Cherry’s particular case has not been linked to Monday’s bomb threat at DC’s Metro City station.
Where is the Metro City station located?
This station is located at 607 13th Street in Northwest Washington DC.