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UPDATE: SEPTA Service Has Resumed After Person Struck And Killed By Train In Bucks County

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MIDDLETOWN, Pa. (CBS) – Service has resumed on SEPTA’s West Trenton Line after a person was struck by a train on Friday afternoon.

The accident happened near the Neshaminy Falls Station around 1 p.m. One person was struck and killed by the train.

Service was shut down between Neshaminy Falls and West Trenton along the SEPTA West Trenton Regional Rail Line for about two hours.

An investigation is underway.

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