BOSTON, MA – A man was killed after stepping in front of an MBTA train in Boston on Thursday afternoon, according to a report by WHDH.
The accident happened at about 2:30 p.m. on Massachusetts Avenue, near the Hynes Convention Center, when a man stepped onto the tracks and in front of an Orange Line train.
The victim, whose identity has not yet been revealed, was pronounced dead at the scene.
MBTA provided temporary shuttle buses for commuters between Jackson Square and North Station.
This fatal accident follows a similar train accident on Sunday that killed a man in Lynn.
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