RTD A Line train hits, injures woman walking across tracks near DIA

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DENVER — A woman was injured after she was hit by an RTD A Line train near Denver International Airport late Saturday night.

The incident happened around 11:45 p.m. about 200 yards outside of the airport station, RTD spokesman Nate Currey said.

The woman was “transported alive” to a nearby hospital, according to RTD.

RTD suspended train service between the airport and 61st and Pena stations for about two hours overnight. It has since reopened.

Denver police say that the incident does not appear to be criminal and that the woman appeared to take “some significance steps to put themselves in harms way.”

No further information was available. Denver police are continuing to investigate.

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