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Person Struck By Train On West Trenton Regional Rail Line

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A person has been struck by a SEPTA train near the Neshaminy Falls Train Station.   They have been declared dead.

The incident occurred at approximately 1:00pm. Passengers are experiencing heavy delays in that area due to police activity.

Per SEPTA.org:

Warminster Train #435 is experiencing delays of at least 30 minutes due to police activity.

West Trenton: Train service between Neshaminy Falls and West Trenton has been canceled until further notice due to police activity

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