ORLANDO, Fla. – A crash involving a SunRail train and a pedestrian is causing delays for commuters, according to officials.
The crash was reported near West Kaley Street and South Lucerne Terrace shortly after 4 p.m. Tuesday.
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Firefighters said the victim was walking along the tracks of a northbound train when they were hit. The victim was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center in critical condition as a trauma alert, officials said.
Officials with SunRail said a northbound train was involved in an incident near Kaley Avenue around 4 p.m. More than 30 passengers were onboard the train.
As of 5 p.m. service was being impacted on four trains. Riders were asked to check SunRail.com for the specific details on delays.
According to a tweet from SunRail officials, multiple trains are delayed by about an hour. Orlando police officials said no road traffic was impacted by the crash.
NB Trains: P324, P326 and P328 and SB Trains: P325, P327 and P329 are delayed 60 mins for police assistance near the tracks at ORMC. We will continue to provide updates.— SunRail (@RideSunRail) March 30, 2021
No other details were immediately available.
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