SEPTA service on the West Trenton Line resumed normal operation a short time after a person was injured by a train Tuesday afternoon.
SEPTA spokesperson Andrew Busch said a person “came into contact” with a passenger train headed toward Bucks County near the West Trenton station in New Jersey. He added early information indicated the person may have been running to catch the train when the accident happened.
The person fell on the tracks and was conscious when emergency responders were treating them, Busch said.
Only about 10 people were on the train when the person was injured around noon, the SEPTA spokesperson said.
There was a brief suspension of service, but normal operations have since resumed, Busch said.