CENTER CITY

Man Killed by SEPTA Train During Tuesday Rush Hour

A man is dead after a SEPTA train filled with passengers struck him Tuesday morning while he stood along tracks in Bucks County.

The train, heading to Center City from Trenton, struck the man around 9:15 a.m. about two miles east of the Croydon station, officials said.

Authorities suspended inbound trains on the Trenton line while police investigate.

Amtrak, which also uses these tracks, continued to operate trains on two of the four available tracks, however they were running at a restricted speed.

Stay with NBC10 for more on this developing story.

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