Link light train hits pedestrian

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photoSEATTLE — Central Link light rail service was temporarily interrupted Tuesday morning when a train struck a pedestrian in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood.

According to Sound Transit, the train was heading north toward downtown Seattle when it collided with a man in his 50s at about 8 a.m. The man suffered serious injuries and was transported to Harborview Medical Center. His condition at 9 a.m. was unknown.

Trains were operating normally with no delays shortly after the incident, Sound Transit said.

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  • dhsea

    Was it a crossing failure? Did the Ped cross against the lights? I'm sorry when anyone gets hit by a vehicle, because humans always lose that contest. I do feel sorry for the train operator though (do they call them conductors anymore?), because he/she had a front-row seat for this, that must be horrible to see it coming and not be able to do anything about it.

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