SEPTA officials are cautioning that commuters may experience residual delays after service was suspended to portions of the Market-Frankford Line due to a report of a person on the tracks.
An adult male apparently fell into the track area of the Somerset Station shortly before 5 p.m., as an eastbound train was pulling into the stop, a transit agency spokesman said.
It’s not yet clear whether the train actually made contact with the man, the spokesman said.
Emergency personnel rescued the man and took him to a local hospital to be checked out. His condition was not immediately available.