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Man Hospitalized After Legs Pinned By SEPTA Train On MFL

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- SEPTA says a man who was sitting on the platform had his legs pinned between the train and platform.

SEPTA says the incident happened around 9:50 a.m. at Kensington Avenue and East Hungtindon Street on the Market Frankford Line.

Officials say the train conductor did not see the man and made contact.

The victim was taken to Temple Hospital.

SEPTA temporarily ran shuttle buses, but they said the Market Frankford Line has resumed normal operations.

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