CHICAGO (CBS) — Service on the Green and Pink lines was delayed Thursday afternoon, after a person was struck and killed by a train on the elevated tracks in the Fulton River District neighborhood on the Near West Side.

As of 4 p.m., Pink Line trains are operating with residual delays and congestion.

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CTA officials said power was shut off at 12:45 p.m. for the Green and Pink line tracks near Clinton stop, at 540 W. Lake St., right outside CTA headquarters, after a person was hit by a Green Line train.

Pink Line service was suspended between Polk and the Loop, and Green Line service is suspended between California and the Loop

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Pink Line riders can get to the Loop by transferring to Blue Line trains at Racine.

Shuttle buses are available between the California and Clark/Lake stops on the Green Line. Pink Line riders can also catch a shuttle from the Polk stop to the California stop.

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Green Line riders should also consider buses as an alternative, including the #20/Madison, #29/State, and #126/Jackson routes. They can also use Blue Line or Red Line trains.