DENVER — A pedestrian died after he or she was struck by the A Line train Wednesday night in Denver, according to a tweet from Denver Police Department (DPD).
The incident happened around 10 p.m.near the intersection of Quebec Street and Smith Road and resulted in its closures for several hours.
About an hour later, police confirmed that the victim died as a result of his or her injuries.
No information about the victim was provided and it's unclear how the person ended up on the tracks.
This is not the first fatal incident involving the A-Line. In April two people were struck by the A Line train in two separate incidents that were just a day apart.
One person was hit during the evening of April 26 near the Central Park Station. Investigators determined that the accident happened because the pedestrian was not paying attention while crossing the tracks.
The very next afternoon, another person was hit at that same station. DPD said the other death appeared to be intentional on part of the victim.
A man was struck and killed by the A Line train near Smith Road and Quebec Street in the early morning hours of Feb. 6. At the time, DPD said they were investigating that incident as a possible suicide.
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