BORDENTOWN, NJ (CBS) — Authorities are investigating after they say a train fatally struck a person in Burlington County.
Officials say a NJ Transit River Line light rail train struck a person around 6:20 a.m. Monday morning.READ MORE: 2 Police Officers Shot During Fourth Of July Festivities On Ben Franklin Parkway: Police
NJ Transit says service was temporarily suspended between Roebling and Bordentown while crews investigated, but has since resumed to normal service.
Service on #RiverLINE has resumed normal operations w/ residual delays following an earlier trespasser fatality south of Bordentown Station
— NJ TRANSIT (@NJTRANSIT) June 22, 2015
Officials said buses accommodated passengers between Roebling and Bordentown and NJ Transit cross-honored River Line tickets and passes.
No word on the victim’s identity at this time.READ MORE: With Hints Of Yellow In Sea Of Red, White And Blue, Montgomery County Town Honors Ukrainian Refugees
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