CHICAGO (CBS)– A pedestrian was struck by a Metra UP-NW train near Arlington Park Tuesday morning.

According to Metra officials, inbound and outbound trains are halted and extensive delays are expected.

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The incident involves Metra train No. 620 at the Arlington Park Metra Station.

Trains will not be stopping at Arlington Park station until further notice, Metra officials reported. Commuters should go to Arlington Heights or Palatine.

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Police said Wilke Road is currently closed at Northwest Highway.

Train No. 640 will not be operating due to this incident. Commuters at Harvard and Woodstock should board an inbound train from Crystal Lake.

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