Pedestrian Hit and Killed by Train at South Chapel Street and Farm Lane

One Dead in Newark Pedestrian Versus Train Crash

Newark Pedestrian Versus Train Crash

Pedestrian Hit and Killed by Train at South Chapel Street and Farm Lane

Newark, Delaware (July 26, 2017) – A pedestrian was hit and killed by a train in Newark Wednesday morning, according to officials.
The fatal incident was reported at around 9:35 a.m. in the area of South Chapel Street and Farm Lane.
A body was seen next to the tracks in the area of South Chapel Street and Farm Lane, and it appeared that the deceased had been hit by a train.
Medical crews pronounced the victim dead at the crash site.
The identity of the victim had not yet been released.
All the trains in Amtrak were halted from moving through that area at 10:10 a.m. Trains were running on two tracks at a controlled speed at 10:45 a.m.
An investigation into the accident is underway.
We sympathize with the family of the deceased. It is saddening to lose your loved one particularly if the death was caused by a negligent party. At Edelstein Martin & Nelson – Wilmington, we offer legal services for victims who have been involved in accidents sustaining injuries or losing their lives. If your loved one has died in an accident, you can file a wrongful death case against the negligent party. Contact us at – 888-208-8864, and we will help you through.

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