CHICAGO (CBS) — An inbound Metra UP-W train struck a pedestrian Thursday morning.
The incident happened just after 10:30 a.m. in Maywood. According to Metra, train 44 was supposed to arrive at the Chicago Ogilvie Transportation Center at 11:43 a.m. Trains were delayed, but are now running 15 to 35 minutes behind schedule.READ MORE: Law Professor Sharon Fairley: Derek Chauvin Verdict In George Floyd's Death Will Be 'Defining Moment' For Many Young People, Sends Message About What's Possible In Chicago
Metra did not say what condition the person was in or the circumstances that led the person onto the tracks.
Metra Alert UP-W – Inbound and outbound trains cleared to proceed through the area near Maywood. Trains may be operating 15 to 35 minutes behind schedule due to an earlier pedestrian incident.READ MORE: Anxiety, Then Relief At South Side Shoeshine Shop As Guilty Verdict Is Read Against Derek Chauvin In Death Of George Floyd
— Metra UP-W (@metraUPW) December 10, 2020
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