CAMBRIDGE (CBS) — A South Boston T station has reopened after a man was hit by a Red Line train Sunday afternoon.

First responders were called to the Broadway MBTA Station shortly before 3 p.m. Transit police say a man in his mid-50s was trespassing on the southbound tracks when he was struck.

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First responders were called to the Broadway MBTA Station in South Boston on Sunday after a man was hit by a train. (WBZ-TV)

First responders were called to the Broadway MBTA Station in South Boston on Sunday after a man was hit by a train. (WBZ-TV)

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The unidentified man was rushed to the hospital after suffering serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Police say there was no foul play.

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Investigators closed off the area for about 3 1/2 hours before the station reopened and service was restored. In the interim, riders had to take shuttle buses from Park Street to JFK stations.