Long Island Rail Road resumes service after person struck by train

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WESTBURY, N.Y. — Long Island Rail Road trains are running on a regular schedule after service was snared when a person was struck by a train in Nassau County Monday evening.

According to the MTA, an unauthorized person was on the tracks and struck near the Westbury LIRR train station just before 6 p.m.

Trains on all lines except for the Port Washington branch were affected at the height of rush hour.

The Port Jefferson and Ronkonkoma branches were impacted the most by the delays.

The person’s condition was not immediately clear.

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