A man was rescued from underneath a SEPTA train near the Broad and Locust Station in Center City Philadelphia just before noon Monday.
The victim was stuck under a local train traveling south.
Crews were able to quickly free the man who is alive and being treated at a nearby hospital, police said.
It's unclear if the man fell or jumped infront of the train.
An investigation is underway.
SEPTA passengers didn't experience any service interruptions during the rescue.