BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Baltimore City fire and medical crews are on the scene of a deadly metro subway train accident.
Chief Kevin Cartwright, spokesperson for the Baltimore City Fire Department, says that the victim was seen walking along the tracks near West Coldspring Lane and Wabash Avenue.
When crews arrived on the scene, they found a metro train stopped on the tracks just above Coldspring Lane for a man who died after being hit.
Baltimore City Police are also on the scene to conduct a preliminary investigation on the cause of the victim's death.
According to Terry Owens, spokesperson for the MTA, the victim was still stuck under the train as of 4:50 p.m.
Owens says that there were a few dozen passengers on the train at the time of the incident. Those passengers were evacuated and transported by a shuttle to the next available subway station.
MTA officials have reopened Coldspring station, and train service has returned to normal.
Service may still be impacted by delays during the evening rush.
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