CHICAGO (CBS) — A pedestrian died Thursday afternoon after being struck by a Union Pacific/Northwest line train in northwest suburban Mount Prospect.

Emergency responders were called about 4:53 p.m. after outbound train No. 627 struck the pedestrian on the east end of the Mount Prospect train station at 13 E. Northwest Highway, according to the Mount Prospect Fire Department.

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Officials confirmed the pedestrian died, but have not released any identifying information.

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About 6:50 p.m., Metra said both inbound and outbound trains were cleared to proceed through the area, but delays of up to two hours were expected.

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