By Al Novack

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – SEPTA’s Broad Street line is back up and running after a temporary suspension between Walnut and Snyder because a person was struck and killed on the tracks Wednesday.

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Police say the first nouthbound train of the morning hit a woman who jumped or fell on the tracks at the Lombard-South station at about 5 a.m.

SEPTA was running shuttle buses in both directions between Walnut-Locust and Snyder Avenue.

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