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Metra Union Pacific-West trains were halted in the western suburbs Tuesday afternoon after a pedestrian was hit and killed by a train.
Train No. 47 on the line struck a pedestrian at 349 N. Ardmore Ave. in Villa Park.
Villa Park police said the pedestrian was a woman in her mid-20s and was killed.
Metra said as of around 6 p.m., all trains were halted near Villa Park and extensive delays were expected.
This article first appeared on www.msn.com
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