BETHESDA, Md. — An FBI agent was involved in a shooting Tuesday morning on a Metro commuter train in Maryland, officials said.
The Washington Post reported that Metro said trains are sharing a track between the Grosvenor and Medical Center stations during the investigation and that trains are bypassing the Medical Center station, where the shooting happened.
Metro spokesman Ian Jannetta said Metro Transit Police received a report at about 7 a.m. of an FBI agent-involved shooting aboard a Red Line train near Medical Center.
Jannetta said a gunshot wound victim was taken from Medical Center Station. He said Metro Transit Police and the FBI are investigating.
Lira Davies, a spokeswoman for the FBI, said her agency had no immediate comment.