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The National Transportation Safety Board worked at the scene of the Blue Line derailment through the day, looking for clues into what caused Metro’s 7000-series train to slip off the tracks in Northern Virginia. While none of the 187 passengers were injured, the safety board’s involvement turned up scrutiny on Metro’s safety protocols and emergency response, signaling that the federal agency saw a safety incident that warranted a deeper look.