PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — SEPTA has resumed regional rail service on the Warminster and Lansdale-Doylestown lines after a person was fatally struck by a train.

Police are on the scene north of Jenkintown, as the fatal accident happened shortly after 3 p.m. on Friday.


Commuters should expect delays of up to an hour.

SEPTA says a person on the tracks was struck and killed.

There were no passengers on the train at the time.

Alternative options for Doylestown are available here. Warminster options are here.

This is the second fatal train accident in as many days, effecting those two regional rails.

Thursday, service was suspended on the Lansdale-Doylestown, Warminster and West Trenton line for two hours, after a similar accident.