MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Service along Metro Transit’s light-rail transit Green Line was suspended Friday after a train and pedestrian were involved in a crash.

Metro Transit officials said a man was struck near Lexington Parkway on the line, which runs along University Avenue, just after 3 p.m.

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The man was taken to Regions Hospital by St. Paul Fire Medics. His condition has not been released.

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Service was suspended between the Snelling and Western avenue stops for about 90 minutes. Officials say Green Line riders should still expect “significant delays.”