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Feb. 7

Traffic blocked at railroad tracks, avoid east side of campus

All clear 8:36 p.m.: The scene has been cleared and the railroad tracks are no longer blocked by the train. Roads on campus are open.

Update 4:36 p.m.: Train remains stopped at Mulberry Street and the east side of campus is blocked at the tracks. Traffic on and off campus from the east side between the railroad tracks and College Avenue is blocked, from Mulberry south to Prospect. Avoid College Avenue and the east side of campus, enter or exit campus from the west off of Shields Street.

DO NOT crawl over or under the stopped train to leave or access campus. Use the underpass below the railroad tracks behind Johnson Hall to the east or to the west of the Glen Morris Field House to walk or bike to and from campus.

 

Original post at 3:23 p.m. Due to an incident on the railroad tracks at Mulberry Street, the east side of campus is blocked at the tracks.

Traffic on and off campus from the east side between the railroad tracks and College Avenue is blocked, from Mulberry south to Prospect.

Avoid College Avenue and the east side of campus, enter or exit campus from the west off of Shields Street.

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