By CBS3 Staff

PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (CBS) – Emergency crews rescued a woman who was trapped under a New Jersey Transit River Line train. Officials say the woman was struck by a train at the 36th Street Station in Pennsauken, around 6 a.m. Tuesday.

“We didn’t see it but we felt it,” passenger Eric Snead said. “Oh my God, it felt like a big boom! I was just feeling for her, but luckily they said she is still alive.”

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EMS crews were able to extricate the woman from under the light rail car alive. She was transported to Cooper Hospital. Her condition is unknown.

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It remains unclear why the woman was on the tracks.

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River Line service was suspended between Walter Rand Transportation Center and Pennsauken Transit Center at 36th Street Station. Service resumed just after 8 a.m.