Man Killed by Metro-North Train

Incident at Croton-Harmon station under investigation

By Kevin E. Foley

Metro-North experienced train delays Tuesday evening (July 21) as authorities investigated the death of a man who might have jumped or fell in front of a moving train at the Croton-Harmon station on the Hudson line.

The accident occurred at approximately 3:45 p.m. Tuesday afternoon when a northbound passenger train struck a man on the tracks. Passengers had to disembark and wait for another train as emergency services responded.

The victim, according to The Journal News, is a 19-year-old male, John Thomas Intrieri, a resident of Croton.

Police are said to be studying video from station monitors to see if an explanation for the incident can be found.

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2 thoughts on “Man Killed by Metro-North Train

  1. I have read different accounts of this unfortunate incident and this is the only one I read where you say the train was speeding. Is this a fact? Thank you!