On Tuesday, Thomas John Intrieri, a 19-year-old Croton-on-Hudson resident, was struck and killed by a train at the Croton-Harmon Metro-North train station, according to The Westchester County Coroner & Medical Examiner’s office.
The incident occurred at 3:45 pm. After a preliminary investigation, MTA police concluded that Intrieri’s death did not involve foul play, MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan told The Journal News.
Croton-on-Hudson EMS, firefighters, and police responded to the incident, but passengers were still allowed to board trains. Police activity disrupted trains on the Hudson line, resulting in delays of up to 30 minutes into Tuesday evening, Donovan told The Journal News.
A message from Dr. Edward Furhman, Jr., the Superintendent of Schools, offers counseling on July 23 and 24 beginning at 10 am for any students, staff, and community members who may need assistance dealing with Intrieri’s death.
“The Croton-Harmon School District desires to continue supporting all those who are coping with yesterday’s tragic death of an alumnus from the class of 2014, John Intrieri,” Dr. Furhman states in the message.
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