UPDATE #2: Metro-North Releases Identity of Pedestrian Struck by Train Near Cos Cob Station

UPDATE #2: Metro-North Spokesperson Aaron Donovan released the identity of the person struck by a train in the area of Cos Cob station on Wednesday: The deceased was Michael Haden Crouse, 38, of Newington, Connecticut.

UPDATE #1: At Thursday morning’s press briefing, Lt O’Reilly said the person hit by a Metro North train in the area of Cos Cob train station was a male in his 30s, not from Greenwich.

Metro-North spokesperson Aaron Donovan said he would release information about the person’s medical condition when it becomes available to him from MTA PD.

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Original story, May 4, 8:00pm: A Metro-North train struck a pedestrian by Cos Cob train station on Wednesday around 5:30pm, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Greenwich Police responded before MTA Police but the incident is under Metro North Police’s jurisdiction, and they are the lead agency.

New Haven Line trains experienced delays of up to 35 minutes while police investigated.

Around 6pm Metro North said trains departing from Stamford were not stopping at Old Greenwich, Riverside or Cos Cob, and customers were advised to go to the Greenwich train station for service.

This story will be updated when more information is available.