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Person dies after being struck by CTrain in northeast Calgary this morning

DH Calgary Staff May 16, 2018 9:24 am 1,498

UPDATE: A 12:30 pm release from the Calgary Police Service states that the pedestrian was an elderly woman, though no further information about her identity or the collision will be released. Roads have been reopened in the area. 

A pedestrian has been struck and killed in northeast Calgary this morning.

According to a release from the Calgary Police Service, a train collided with a pedestrian at 36th Street NE and 39th Avenue NE, an intersection just north of the Whitehorn CTrain Station.


The intersection where the pedestrian was hit and killed this morning (Google Maps)

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The release says that police were called to the incident just before 9 am, and that the person was declared dead at the scene.

A CPS tweet, published at around 9:15 am on Wednesday, May 16, stated that the pedestrian had suffered serious injuries and that traffic would be closed around the area for several hours while law enforcement investigates.

Just under half an hour later, CPS released an update stating that the pedestrian had succumbed to their injuries.

A tweet from Calgary Transit states that the CTrain will not be in service between Whitehorn and McKnight Stations due to the accident and that there is instead a shuttle bus in operation between the two stations.

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