Emergency crews pull person from tracks at Union Station

(WTNH/ George Roelofsen)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– Emergency crews were called to Union Station in New Haven Tuesday morning.

News 8 was on the scene when they pulled someone from the train tracks. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says at 5:11 a.m., MTA police called EMS to assist that person.

It’s unclear if the person fell or had some sort of medical issue. The extent of their injuries is unknown.

The incident happened on track three at Union Station but MTA officials say that no trains were in the area at the time.

It did not appear to have affected any train service for the morning.

The scene was quickly cleared. The incident remains under investigation by Amtrak Police.

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