Around 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon, CTA announced on its Twitter that services were temporarily suspended due to a "medical emergency on the tracks."
[Service Disruption / Major Delays] Red Line service has been temporarily suspended between Howard and Belmont due to a medical emergency on the tracks near Bryn Mawr. More: https://t.co/Vmo38yGcKG— cta (@cta) May 12, 2019
Authorities pronounced the person dead at the scene.
A train conductor was taken to Thorek Memorial Hospital for treatment, the fire department said. His injuries are not believed to be serious.
[Significant Delays, Station(s) Bypassed] Red Line trains are running, but not stopping at Bryn Mawr due to a police investigation.— cta (@cta) May 12, 2019
Shuttle buses are providing service between Howard and Addison, the CTA said. Other alternatives to the Red Line on the North Side include the No. 22 Clark bus, the No. 36 Broadway bus and the No. 151 Sheridan bus.
As of 4 p.m., services were back up and running with significant delays according to CTA Twitter.
Red Line trains are also expected to bypass Bryn Mawr stop until further notice due to the police activity.
The Sun-Times Media Wire contributed to this article.