Milton GO Train Service Suspended After Person Struck by Train
Metrolinx has confirmed that Milton and Kitchener GO train service has been temporarily suspended due to an incident involving a pedestrian.
Metrolinx told inHalton.com that a person was struck by a train near the Bloor GO station in Toronto.
The extent of the victim’s injuries is not known at this time.
“It's unfortunate and tragic when this happens,” a Metrolinx spokesperson said. “We're hoping to get customers moving as soon a possible. We're doing everything we can get people on the go.”
Metrolinx says the delay could last 90 minutes to two hours.
First responders are currently on scene.
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