WASHINGTON - A person was struck by a Metro train in D.C. Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.
Metro Transit Police said they received reports of a person that was struck by a train near the Brookland-CUA Station located in the 800 block of Michigan Avenue, Northeast. Police said the incident happened around 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
MTPD said as officials were conducting a track inspection, they found a man who was not showing signs of life. Police said the man's body was located on the tracks between the NoMa-Gallaudet U and Brookland-CUA stations.
Police have not made it clear when the man was hit or why he was on the tracks at the time.
As a result of the incident, Red Line train service was suspended between NoMa-Gallaudet U and Fort Totten. Service has since been restored.
This is a developing story. Stay with FOX 5 for updates as they become available.