BOSTON (AP) – Three people have died in as many days after begin hit by trains in Massachusetts.

One woman was killed when she was hit by an MBTA train in Boston.

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority spokeswoman Lydia Rivera says the woman was hit by an Orange Line train at the Sullivan Station on Thursday morning.

Her name has not been released.

Rivera also says a man was trespassing on tracks between Concord and North Concord when he was hit by a commuter rail train on Wednesday.

He’s been identified as 53-year-old Arthur Chou, a Clark University math professor from Wayland.

On Tuesday, 15-year-old Nicholas Scaringello, of West Roxbury, died after being hit by an eastbound Needham line commuter train near the Bellevue Station in Boston’s Roslindale neighborhood.


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