A female pedestrian was struck and killed by a Brightline train Friday evening, according to the Boynton Beach Police.
Officials say the train was traveling north on the Florida East Coast Railway when the crash happened.
Michael Hicks, a spokesman for Brightline, released a statement saying the company was cooperating with local authorities. "Certainly, safety is our top priority and when these [incidents] occur, as they do, we're prepared".
A Brightline employee informed the passengers there had been a "trespasser incident" during their two-hour wait on the tracks.
"It's very important that the community understands how to behave and act around railroads", Goddard said.
Update 9:50 a.m.: The woman struck by the Brightline train Friday night has been identified as Melissa Lavell, 32.
The high-speed train began service in South Florida on Saturday running between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. "There are laws against [trespassing] and that's critical". The diesel-electric train system, which features leather seats, power outlets and free Wi-Fi, provides service between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. In November, another woman was killed on the tracks in Deerfield Beach.
Brightline, a privately funded train line, began regular service Saturday with initial fares at $10 to $15 a ride. "It doesn't appear suspicious", Oglesby said.
Missed hospital appointments and the NHS
Dozens of operations are set to be cancelled in Burnley due to "a surge in demand" over Christmas and the New Year. . Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has apologised to those affected.
WWE Contacts More Former Stars About Women's Royal Rumble
According to one recent report , former WWE women's champion Molly Holly has been contacted and is confirmed for the Rumble. McCool has not wrestled for the company since losing a "Loser Leaves WWE" match to Layla at Extreme Rules in May of 2011.