• February 03, 2017

Hamilton, MA: Pedestrian Killed in Accident with Train near the Hamilton/Wenham Stop

Hamilton, MA -- An incident between a train and a pedestrian claimed the life of an unidentified pedestrian in the area of Hamilton, MA Thursday, February 2, 2017.

The incident took place about 2 p.m. near the Hamilton/Wenham & the Ipswich stops.

The report claims a pedestrian was walking along Cutler Road when he was hit by a commuter train. The unidentified pedestrian was killed in the incident. There was no mention of other injuries in the collision. The cause of the crash has not been determined.

Officials with the MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority) are currently examining the details of the collision.

More information regarding the incident may become known as the investigation concludes.

The preliminary press release provided no further details.

map of the area


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