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UPDATE: Man dies after being struck by GO Train
The man's body was found on the tracks near Dundas St. and Sterling
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A young man is dead after being hit by a GO Train on the Kitchener line, Monday night.

His body was found after 7 p.m., on the tracks near the Dundas Street Bridge, near Sterling.

Police say he didn't have any identification on him, so they need to speak to anyone who may know who he is.

They add that witnesses told them, a group of boys were hanging around the tracks when the incident happened and they took off afterwards.

As for commuters, this happened during the last trip of the night, and regular service will resume Tuesday morning.

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A young man is dead after being hit by a GO Train on the Kitchener line, Monday night.

His body was found after 7 p.m., on the tracks near the Dundas Street Bridge, near Sterling.

Police say he didn't have any identification on him, so they need to speak to anyone who may know who he is.

They add that witnesses told them, a group of boys were hanging around the tracks when the incident happened and they took off afterwards.

As for commuters, this happened during the last trip of the night, and regular service will resume Tuesday morning.

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