L.A. NOW

Southern California -- this just in

« Previous Post | L.A. NOW Home | Next Post »

Man killed by Metrolink train; Antelope Valley line delayed

September 5, 2012 |  5:07 pm

A Metrolink train killed a man Wednesday afternoon near the Santa Clarita station, delaying service up to 15 minutes on the Antelope Valley line.

The man was hit by Train No. 209 near Ruether Avenue and Golden Triangle Road. The train was stopped on the tracks after the incident.

Passengers heading to and from the Antelope Valley are instructed to get buses at the Santa Clarita station. The buses were scheduled to stop at Metrolink stations along the line, the transit agency said on its Twitter account.

The name and age of the man were not released. It was unclear how he got onto the tracks.

No additional details were immediately available.

ALSO:

Amanda Bynes charged in two alleged hit-and-run incidents

Marines accused of assaulting man outside gay bar in Long Beach

Asian-themed 626 Night Market set for new San Gabriel Valley site

— Robert J. Lopez

twitter.com/LAJourno

Comments 

Advertisement










Video