CHICAGO (CBS) — Trains on the Metra BNSF line were operating with major delays after a woman was struck and killed by a train Thursday morning in west suburban La Grange, officials said.

Inbound train No. 1208, scheduled to arrive in Chicago at 6:38 a.m., struck a pedestrian about 6:15 a.m. between Gilbert and Brainard avenues in La Grange, according to Metra spokesman Tom Miller.

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The pedestrian, a 62-year-old Summit woman, was killed, according to the La Grange Police Department. She was struck on private property about 300 feet east of the crossing at Gilbert Avenue.

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Commuters bail out of a Metra BNSF Railway train after it hit a pedestrian in La Grange. (Credit: Kris Habermehl)

Her death is believed to be a suicide, police said. Her belongings were found in a vehicle registered in her name on the street adjacent to where the crash happened. Her name has not yet been released.

For a time, trains were stopped in both directions. Trains were moving again—albeit slowly—as of 8:45 a.m., Metra officials said.

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