Police identify man fatally struck by Metro-North train

Metro-North railroad car. (WTNH)

FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Police have identified the man who lost his life after being struck by a Metro-North train last Thursday.

Fairfield police say 33-year-old Daniel Scott Kurimsky of Shelton was struck by a train bound for New Haven. Kurimsky was hit by the train while on the tracks between Southport and Fairfield.

Original Story: Man fatally struck by train bound for New Haven

Police say the collision threw the man from a bridge and into a river below.

The accident is being investigated by the Metropolitan Transit Authority.

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