Describing the situation as “unknown trouble,” officials have confirmed that a woman was hit by a train in Toronto. She suffered very serious injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
In a tweet on September 7, Toronto Police confirmed that they’re treating the incident as suspicious.
UNKNOWN TROUBLE: Weston Rd + Black Creek Dr * 5:51 am * - Woman struck by train - Her injuries are very serious - M… https://t.co/QjDvQ8ldF9— Toronto Police Operations (@Toronto Police Operations) 1599477798.0
While few details have been shared, officers say the incident occurred near Weston Road and Black Creek Drive, at around 5:51 a.m. on Monday morning.
The short message from police says that a woman was “struck by train” and that her injuries were “very serious.”
Medics were present, but the person was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The UP Express service was suspended for several hours, but service has now resumed.
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