Woman hospitalized after entering crosswalk in front of oncoming train
MURRAY, Utah — A woman has been hospitalized with serious injuries after she walked into a crosswalk in front of a north bound TRAX train entering the station Wednesday afternoon.
Carl Arky, a spokesperson for UTA, said the incident occurred at 2:50 p.m. at the Murray Station.
The woman, whose identity and age have not been released, began to cross when the train entered the station, hitting her.
She was transported to a hospital in serious condition with possible head injuries.
UTA is investigating, but regular services have resumed.
#TRAX Update 3:16 PM: The bus bridge has been cancelled and trains are resuming regular service through Murray Central in both directions. Continue to expect major delays on all lines.
— Utah Transit Authority – UTA (@RideUTA) September 21, 2022
Arky said, “At this time all of the safety apparatus appears to have been operating properly…Please remind the public to be extremely careful and vigilant near train tracks and observe all warning signs and signals.”
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