Man hit by train in Orlando, Orange County Fire Rescue says

SunRail announced delays following reports

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ORLANDO, Fla. – A man was hit by a train Monday afternoon in Orlando near 5501 South Orange Avenue, according to Orange County Fire Rescue.

Responders said crews took the person to Orlando Regional Medical Center as a trauma alert.

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The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said the man was not injured.

SunRail, a commuter rail line, announced delays on social media following the reports.

According to SunRail, a bus bridge was being used to pick up passengers from in between the Sand Lake and Orlando Regional Medical Center/Amtrak stations.

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