ASHLAND, Mass. (AP) — Police say a teenage boy has been struck and killed by a commuter rail train in Ashland.

MBTA police say the victim is believed to be 17 years old and was struck by a train headed to Boston at about 10:20 p.m. Monday.

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Police say the boy was trespassing on the Worcester-Framingham line tracks.

His name was not made public.

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The death held up trains in both directions and passengers had to be bused, but was not expected to affect the Tuesday morning commute

The death remains under investigation.

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