UPDATE: 2:37 p.m. - A 52-year-old man on the tracks of the Long Island Rail Road was struck and killed by a commuter train in St. James on Monday, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police.
MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan said the individual died at the train crossing on Mills Pond Road when they were hit by the eastbound, 10:05 a.m. train coming from Hicksville.
Police have not identified the victim, pending notification of family.
According to Donovan, the only other train impacted was the 11:36 a.m. out of Port Jefferson, which was canceled.
All other service was up and running as of 2 p.m.
A pedestrian was hit by a train in St. James on Monday, according to the Suffolk County Police, which is assisting the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police at the scene on Mills Pond Road.
While police could not comment further, Newsday reports the pedestrian was killed.
Police on the scene would not comment on the accident.
Service on the Port Jefferson Long Island Rail Road line has been suspended.
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