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Cairo metro service delayed due to suicide

Metro service was delayed for 12 minutes following the incident

Ahram Online , Friday 22 Jan 2016
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Metro service in Cairo was delayed on Friday after a man committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a train, state-owned MENA reported.

According to spokesperson of the metro operation company Ahmed Abdel Hady, a man threw himself in front a metro train entering Attaba station early Friday.

The metro movement was reportedly suspended for 12 minutes while the body was removed. 

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