SEPTA Service Between Delaware And Philly Shut Down After Train Kills Pedestrian

Newark: Service has been suspended due to a train striking a person, according to SEPTA officials. First responders are on the scene and will determine when service can resume.

The SEPTA express train was en route to Philadelphia when it struck a pedestrian at around 9 a.m. The train was passing through Eddystone, PA. Station when the person was struck, according to officals.

No injuries on the train have been reported.

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