KUSA - One person was killed after a train collided with a pedestrian Thursday afternoon in a high-traffic area of Fort Collins. 

According to police, the collision happened at South Mason and West Mulberry streets just before 3 p.m.

Mason was blocked from Magnolia through Prospect for hours, but reopened at about 8:30 p.m. The Fort Collins Police CRASH team is investigating the collision. 

The intersection where the collision occurred isn't far from the Colorado State University campus. 

Late last month, a 42-year-old woman on foot was hit by a BNSF train headed northbound on the tracks near Old Town Fort Collins. She was seriously injured. 

Another train hit and killed a man in Longmont on Sunday. In that incident, police say the victim was a bicyclist walking his bike on the north sidewalk and crossed the tracks in front of the train.