MELROSE PARK, Ill. -- Metra Union Pacific-West trains were stopped Monday morning near Melrose Park after a train hit and killed a pedestrian, the commuter rail said.
Metra tweeted just before 6:20 a.m. that Train No. 14 hit a pedestrian, and inbound and outbound trains were stopped near Melrose Park.
The person died on the scene, Metra said.
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Metra riders are asked to take the BNSF or Milwaukee West lines as alternate options.
Trains 19, 38, 21, 42 and 34 were not expected to run, as a result of the incident.
Trains began moving again just after 7:20 a.m., but extensive delays are expected.
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