Coast Guard Searches River for Pedestrian Struck By Train | NBC Connecticut

Coast Guard Searches River for Pedestrian Struck By Train

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    Dan Lee, NBC Connecticut
    Emergency crews search for a person who was struck by a train.

    A pedestrian who was reported struck by an Amtrak train early Monday morning might have been knocked into the Quinnipiac River and the U.S. Coast Guard is assisting in the search.

    The pedestrian was on a bridge in a remote area over the Quinnipiac River at 4:44 a.m. when he or she was struck, police said.

    New Haven Sgt. Peter Moller told the New Haven Register that the Amtrak employee was “adamant” about what he saw.

    Police, firefighters and emergency crews checked the area around with track but did not find anyone, police told the Hartford Courannt.

    The Coast Guard confirmed that they are helping with the search.