A woman has died after being pinned under an MBTA train in Boston.
The MBTA confirmed that the victim had been struck by a train on the Red Line at Downtown Crossing. According to transit police, she was about 42-years-old.
Emergency officials told necn the woman had passed away.
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Buses were accommodating commuters between the JFK and Harvard stops on the Red Line after the crash. Service on the Orange Line was also bypassing the Downtown Crossing stop.
As of 9 p.m., regular service had resumed on both lines, but there were still residual delays on the Red Line.
Boston Fire confirms two firefighters were injured during the recovery operation after a third rail tester malfunctioned.
They were transported to Tufts Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the victim as a man, but officials have since clarified that a woman was struck and killed.