UPDATED: MTA Release Identity of Man Struck and Killed by Train in Greenwich on Sunday

Update, Tuesday, April 12: The MTA on Monday released the name of the person fatally struck by a train on Sunday morning. Tyrell Kelvin Grant of Manhattan, 26, was hit about 10:15am on Sunday.

According to the MTA, the incident is being investigated as non-accidental and non-criminal in nature.

Updated Sunday, 2:30pm: A Metro-North train fatally struck a pedestrian in Greenwich on Sunday, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. A Metro-North train headed toward the city fatally hit an unauthorized pedestrian on the tracks. The person appeared to be a man approximately 25 years old. Authorities have not released the person’s identity.

Update, Sunday, 12:10pm: MTA Police are on Sunday morning investigating a train related death at the Greenwich Train Station on Railroad Ave. As of 11:49, GPD were cleared from the scene and MTA Police assumed control of the investigation. 

Metro North Police outside Greenwich Train station Sunday, April 10, 12:45pm.

Original story, Sunday, 10:50am: Police said that between 10:00-10:15am, they received call directly from MTA advising there was “a train versus person incident at the Central train station in Greenwich.”

At 11:16am, Metro North Tweeted that the 9:59am train from Stamford to Grand Central is operating up to 45 minutes late due to the earlier police activity in Greenwich.

At 10:49am, Metro North Tweeted that customers should anticipate delays between Rye and Greenwich.

We will update this story as more information becomes available.

Train stopped on the tracks headed into Greenwich Train Station. April 10, 2022
MTA Police responded with several vehicles on Sunday, April 10 after a train related death. Photo: Leslie Yager