Metro-North service restored in the Bronx after pedestrian accident

Metro-North service on the Harlem and New Haven lines in the Bronx has been restored Thursday following an accident involving a pedestrian. A Metro-North spokeswoman says a woman was struck and killed

News 12 Staff

Jul 6, 2006, 11:11 PM

Updated 6,592 days ago

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Metro-North service on the Harlem and New Haven lines in the Bronx has been restored Thursday following an accident involving a pedestrian.
A Metro-North spokeswoman says a woman was struck and killed at 4:18 p.m. at the Fordham station on the northbound local track. As a result of the accident, northbound trains were bypassing Bronx stops.
MTA police are investigating the death and an autopsy is planned. The victim's identity has not yet been released.
Related InformationMetro-North Service Advisory


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