PASSAIC COUNTY, NJ – A New Jersey Transit train struck and killed a male pedestrian near the train station in Little Falls on Thursday morning.
According to RLS Media, the man was struck by a Monclair-Booton train out of Hackettstown just before 10 a.m. The incident happened not far from the Little Falls train station.
13 passengers and crew were on board the train when the accident happened. None of them reported injuries.
The victim’s identity has not yet been released.
The Little Falls police were assisting New Jersey Transit authorities with an investigation at the scene.
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