Man Struck By SEPTA Train In East Falls

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A man was reportedly struck and killed by a SEPTA train in East Falls early Saturday morning.

According to initial reports, a male in his mid-thirties was struck by the train and killed just past the East Falls station on the northbound Norristown line.

SEPTA used shuttle bus service for the rest of the night between Temple University Station and Norristown Transportation Center.

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  1. MARY ZIMMERMAN says:

    why dont they make a road a long the tracks so people can walk a long side the tracks people like to walk the tracks to get to the next train stop with out walking the tracks we can ride a long side the tracks on our bICYCLES and the kids can to. put up cameras all along the tracks to stop us from walking it BECAUSE IT CAN BE US GETTIG KILLEDTO STOP ALL OF THAT CAMERAS OUR GOOD for the POLICE TO See what they are doing I did not here about the person or the train at all I WAS HOME if Iwas their I wood of talk him off the tracks. ARE YOU SURE NO OTHER PERSON WAS WITH HIM AT 1;00 In the am I was not up at all.

  2. Robert Pines says:

    Is there like a magic line for for the “””just past””” the East Falls station or the railroad use that so they can do the evil doer trespasser as usual?

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