WASHINGTON – Taking the Los Angeles Metro for his first trip in months, Brad Hudson felt a moment of normalcy when the train rolled into the South Pasadena, California, station, harkening back to his daily commute into LA before the coronavirus pandemic.
Then Hudson boarded the train, and reality set in. Not everyone wore masks. Metro staffing levels appeared much lighter, with more trash on the trains. “I don’t feel at risk for COVID, because I’m vaccinated and I mask,” said Hudson, a child psychologist.
But he felt security was worse now — he said a passenger shouted at him for no apparent reason and, on a subsequent ride, a man entered a train car with a large knife strapped to his leg.Read more on clickorlando.com