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GO Passengers in For Long Delays after Pedestrian Hit and Killed by Train
GO Train passengers on the Barrie line heading to Union Station were being warned to brace for major delays Tuesday morning after a pedestrian was struck by a train.
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GO Train passengers on the Barrie line heading to Union Station were being warned to brace for major delays Tuesday morning after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a train.  It happened at around 6:17a.m. near St. John’s Side Road and Yonge Street.

York Regional Police were on the scene a short while later, but couldn’t provide many details. 

GO Transit officials described the situation as a “trespasser incident”.  The investigation halted all trains on the Barrie line Tuesday morning.  GO Transit advised passengers to expect delays to continue for up to two hours.

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GO Train passengers on the Barrie line heading to Union Station were being warned to brace for major delays Tuesday morning after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a train.  It happened at around 6:17a.m. near St. John’s Side Road and Yonge Street.

York Regional Police were on the scene a short while later, but couldn’t provide many details. 

GO Transit officials described the situation as a “trespasser incident”.  The investigation halted all trains on the Barrie line Tuesday morning.  GO Transit advised passengers to expect delays to continue for up to two hours.

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