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BOYNTON BEACH (CBSMIAMI) — Boynton Beach Police are investigating after a woman was struck by a Brightline train Friday evening.

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Officers say the train was traveling north on the Florida East Coast Railway at the time it struck and killed the woman.

Police were called to scene just before 6:30 p.m. near 600 North FEC.

It is unclear what she was doing on the tracks at the time the train struck her.

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No one on the train was injured, police said.

The roadways are open at this time.

Police have not released the woman’s identity.

Brightline released a statement on the woman’s death saying,

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“Brightline’s team is cooperating with local authorities. This is a tragic incident, and our thoughts and prayers are with those affected. We continue to stress safety and the adherence to the rules and laws in place around active railroads.”