MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A man was taken to the hospital after he was hit by a Green Line Light Rail Train Monday, according to Metro Transit police.
The incident happened around 12:28 p.m. near the intersection of University Avenue and Grotto Street. Police say the man was struck by the front right side of the train. He was taken to Regions Hospital where his condition is currently unknown.READ MORE: Clean Car Debate At Minnesota Capitol May Lead To Summer Closures Of State Parks, Trails
Crews tended to the scene while the transportation company asked commuters to use an alternative route.
At 1:18 p.m., Metro Transit tweeted that all trains had continued service.READ MORE: Marietta's Salt Lake Is A Paradise For Birds And Bird Watchers
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1:18 p.m. METRO Green Line update: Eastbound service from University/Grotto is resuming. All stations are being served at this time. Thank you for your patience as we get back on schedule. ^CB
— Metro Transit (@MetroTransitMN) September 9, 2019