Person Hit, Killed By Red Line Train

CAMBRIDGE (CBS) — A person was hit and killed by a Red Line train at Kendall Station Monday morning.

It happened at about 11:30 a.m. at the station on Main Street in Cambridge, just north of the Longfellow Bridge.

The entire downtown portion of the Red Line was shut down – from Broadway to Harvard.

Shuttle buses took passengers between those stations in both directions, and MBTA officials urged everyone to avoid the area.

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  1. rs says:

    they say it was a suicide

  2. nobody says:

    Where is the news about this? No details anywhere, just info from the MBTA post. Was it a suicide? Was the guy electrocuted or hit by the train? Why is there no news on this anywhere? Not a big deal to die on the metro?

  3. Cynic says:

    nobody…..Maybe the person that died deserves some consideration.I was involved in a simular situation at Park Street over 40 years ago. It is something that never leaves you. I can never go to Park Street without saying a Prayer for this person.(I’m not a Regigious person)

  4. minister says:

    If they haven’t been able to identify the body, they can’t notify the next of kin. They shouldn’t release any info until the next of kin are notified.

  5. Dog says:

    Usually not much mentioned, as it encourages others (believe it or not, true.

  6. Dog says:

    Update: “Officials yesterday identified the man struck and killed by a Red Line train Monday morning at the MBTA’s Kendall Square Station as Dr. Omar Khalidi, a librarian for the Aga Khan Program in the MIT Libraries from 1983 until last month.”

    Boston.Com

    More there…

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