Two Struck by NJ Transit Light Rail Trains in South Jersey
NEWARK — Two people were struck by NJ Tansit light rail trains in South Jersey on Saturday night.
A man was struck by a northbound train crossing 36th Street at a crosswalk near the station in Pennsauken around 6 p.m., according to NJ Transit spokesman Jim Smith.
Smith said none of the 25 passengers and operator on board were injured.
A woman was injured several hours later when she was struck at 9:25 p.m. at the Cinnaminson Avenue crossing in Palmyra, according to Smith. The woman was hospitalized while none of the 50 people on board a northbound train were injured.
Smith did not disclose the identities of anyone involved in either incident.
Both incidents caused temporary suspensions in service.