PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A person who was hit by a SEPTA train in Philadelphia Wednesday morning has died. Police say the fatal accident happened at the 15th Street Station in Center City around 5:30 a.m.
Eyewitness News is told the victim was involved in a fight with another man and fell onto the tracks.READ MORE: America Marks Juneteenth As A Federal Holiday
UPDATE: MFL Trains have resumed normal routing operations after a person died early this morning from an altercation that led to the victim getting struck by a SEPTA train at 15th St Station. Please expect residual delays as service is being restored. @CBSPhilly @TotalTrafficPHL https://t.co/ipf9YqCzNC
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Train service on the Market-Frankford Line was temporarily stopped but has since resumed normal operations.READ MORE: Dre's Homemade Water Ice And Ice Cream Now Sets Up Spot At Spruce Harbor Park
Riders should expect residual delays while service is being restored.
Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates to this developing story.
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