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2nd Trenton Person Struck On Amtrak Railway In 16 Hours

An Amtrak train reportedly struck a second Trenton person in 16 hours on Friday afternoon.
An Amtrak train reportedly struck a second Trenton person in 16 hours on Friday afternoon. Photo Credit: Daily Voice file

A person was struck by on an Amtrak rail line on Friday afternoon in Mercer County, authorities said. It was the second person struck by a train in Trenton within 16 hours.

An unidentified victim was on the tracks near Lalor Street and Route 129 and in Trenton when the fatal accident occurred about 2 p.m, Trenton police said.

Another person, still unidentified, was killed by a train about 10 p.m. Thursday near Bridge and Ferry streets in Trenton, Amtrak spokesman Jason Abrams said.

This is a developing story.

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