Bridge collapses onto Metro, MARC train tracks in Prince George’s Co.

WASHINGTON — Metro crews worked through the night to make repairs after a pedestrian bridge fell onto the Metro and MARC train tracks in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Wednesday afternoon.

Just before 6 a.m. Thursday, Metro said the Greenbelt Station has reopened.  Green Line service is operating normally.

Crews have restored full Green Line service between the  College Park and Greenbelt stations.

Yellow Rush+ service will operate to and from College Park.

MARC’s Camden Line service was suspended Wednesday, but there is full service Thursday.

Shortly before 3 p.m. Wednesday, Metro says a piece of construction equipment operated by a Metro contractor struck a pedestrian bridge, causing the bridge to fall in the 5100 block of Berwyn Road in Berwyn Heights.

The contractor, Skanska, was performing work to support the construction of a new track.

There were no injuries and all workers were accounted for, says Prince George’s County Fire and EMS Spokesman Mark Brady.

There were no civilians in the area.

Below is a map with the location near where the bridge fell:

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