Pedestrian dies after being struck by train at SEPTA station in Frankford, officials say
PHILADELPHIA - Officials say an incoming SEPTA train struck and killed a pedestrian at a Philadelphia station Friday night.
The deadly crash happened at the Bridesburg Station at Bridge Street and Harbison Avenue around 9:45 p.m.
An inbound train on the Trenton Regional Rails fatally struck the pedestrian, according to SEPTA officials. The victim's gender, age and identity is not known at this time.
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The victim's gender, age and identity is not known at this time, and police have yet to release any details.
Train service was suspended in both directions for a period of time, but has since resumed.