Pedestrian Killed By GO Train in Oakville
A pedestrian was hit and killed by a GO train early Sunday morning.
Halton Regional Police say they were dispatched to the railroad tracks in the area of Fourth Line and Speers Road in Oakville just after 1:30 a.m., where witnesses described that a pedestrian had been struck by a train.
Emergency services attended the scene and confirmed that a pedestrian had been struck and killed by the westbound GO train.
GO Special Constables also attended the scene and assisted with the investigation.
Police say the identity of the pedestrian will not be released.
Officers are asking those who may have witnessed the incident to contact collision investigators at (905) 825-4747 extension 5065.
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