The victim, who was injured at the Red Bank train station, was taken to Jersey Shore Medical Center Sunday morning for treatment.
A Woodbridge man was taken to Jersey Shore Medical Center for treatment of a broken leg Sunday morning after he was struck by New Jersey Transit train 7208. The incident took place around 6:16 a.m. at the Red Bank Train Station on Monmouth Street, Red Bank police confirmed. NJ Transit spokesman John Durso, Jr. said a preliminary investigation showed the man may have slipped on the platform, with his leg coming in contact with the train. Twenty passengers were on board the train, and were placed onto another northbound train without incident, Durso said. The name of the injured man was not released by officials.
One man suffered minor injuries, and train traffic is getting back to schedule following the early afternoon incident.
If you experienced some delays this afternoon on your way to or from New York City, it was likely due to a train versus car crash in Rahway. The incident occurred around noon, according to reports. The train – which originated in Trenton and was headed for New York – struck the vehicle in Rahway, coming to a stop at New Brunswick Ave. The victim in the car – an adult male - was taken to University Hospital with minor injuries, according to the NJ.com report. None of the approximately 900 on the train were injured, and were transferred to another train to continue their journey, according to the report. It was unclear exactly where the train struck the vehicle or how the vehicle wound up on the tracks in the first place, as the tracks …