Man Struck by Blue Line Train Died at Montrose station, Services Suspended


    Blue Line Trains Service between the Harlem and Addison Street was suspended after a Blue Line Train Fatally struck a person on Monday afternoon.

    Chicago Police Officers responded to a call at around 1 pm, that a man had jumped in front of a train at 4600 West Montrose Avenue.

    Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) reported that they have temporarily suspended train service Harlem (O’Hare Branch) and Addison due to a “medical emergency.”

    Due Blue Line service being suspended CTA has advised people to use Shuttle buses between Harlem and Addison.

    Police have not released many details of the victim. Preliminary reports by the police suggest that the man jumped in front of the train. However, police have said that they will make more information available shortly.

    This is a developing story and will be updated.