Pedestrian hit and killed by UTA Frontrunner
DRAPER, Utah — The Utah Transit Authority reported that a person was killed Thursday morning after being hit by a Frontrunner train.
According to a tweet from UTA, a bus bridge was put in place between Draper and South Jordan due to the incident. Officials said the deceased was on the tracks when the Frontrunner approached.
UTA advised commuters to expect delays in both directions of up to 15 minutes.
#FrontRunner Alert 6:29 AM: Bus bridge is in effect between Draper and South Jordan due to a Train vs. Trespasser incident. Expect delays of up to 15 minutes both ways between Draper and South Jordan. You will be notified once trains resume their regular schedules.
— Utah Transit Authority – UTA (@RideUTA) January 26, 2023
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