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Metrolink reopens San Bernardino line closed after fatal hit

September 17, 2012 | 10:17 am

Approximate location of incident shown in red.

Metrolink has reopened its San Bernardino line, which was closed after a train hit and killed a pedestrian early Monday in the Upland area.

The accident took place at 8th Street and Baker Avenue about 5 a.m. and forced the suspension of service from San Bernardino for more than three hours.

According to a 2011 Metrolink report, the San Bernardino line is the agency’s busiest, carrying 12,000 passengers a day.

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 -- Sam Quinones
twitter.com/samquinones7

Image: Approximate location of the fatal crash is shown in red. Credit: Google Maps

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