Pedestrian hit by commuter rail train in Framingham
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- A pedestrian was hit by a commuter rail train in Framingham Friday.
The incident happened at the corner of Waverly and Concord streets. The victim, an unidentified 77-year-old woman, was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. MBTA officials initially said the victim had died, but later issued a correction saying her condition is unknown.
Officials said the victim was hit at the railroad crossing.
The intersection of Rt. 135 and 126 remained shutdown through the morning commute. The Middlesex County District Attorney's office, Transit police, and Framingham police are investigating.