GO Train Service Is Partially Shut Down After A Man Was Killed By A Train Near Scarborough

The incident happened at around just before 10 am near Milliken station.
GO Train Service Is Partially Shut Down After A Man Was Killed By A Train Near Scarborough

GO Transit just released a statement saying that a man is dead after being hit by one of their trains east of Milliken station on the Stouffville Line.According to Metrolinx spokesperson, Anne Marie Aikins, the man was on a bicycle when he was hit at the Steeles Avenue East crossing, east of Kennedy Road. He was rushed to hospital but unfortunately later died of his injuries. 

The Unionville GO 11:46 - Union 12:27 #GOtrain will start at Kennedy because of a person struck by the train east of Milliken GO. Passengers at Union Station and Kennedy GO Station may also use their GO ticket or PRESTO card at staffed TTC entrances to access TTC services.

October 18, 2018

The incident happened just before 10 AM this morning, October 18th. GO trains on the line will be now starting at Kennedy until the situation clears.

GO says customers who need to can use the TTC as an alternative to their routes. GO tickets and PRESTO cards will be accepted on TTC.

#BREAKING: GO Transit says a male pedestrian is dead after being struck by a train east of Miliken Station.

October 18, 2018

Buses are also going between Union and Unionville.

It appears a man on a bike has been struck by a train at the Steele’s crossing. EMS treated & transported to hospital with critical injuries. He is in our thoughts. @TPSOperations & @Toronto_Fire are on site with @GOTransitSSD

October 18, 2018

Aikins sent a message from her Twitter account,“Our condolences go out to his loved ones & our thoughts are with our crew, first responders who tried very hard to save his life & our customers,” it read. 

Source: Twitter

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