CHICAGO (CBS) — Much of the CTA Orange Line was suspended Monday afternoon after a woman was hit by a train.

Service was halted between Roosevelt and 35th/Archer. Trains were running in two sections – between 35th/Archer and Midway and between Roosevelt and the Loop, the Chicago Transit Authority said.

Police near the Halsted stop above Halsted Street and Archer Avenue, a 22-year-old woman was hit by an ongoing train.

She was taken to Stroger Hospital of Cook County, where her condition was stabilized, police said.

Police sources said the woman jumped in front of train.

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By 4:35 p.m., Orange Line trains were back running with residual delays. The CTA warned that some trains and platforms might be busier than usual as crews worked to restore normal service.