Rome metro halted after woman killed on tracks

The woman fell onto the tracks at around 11am as a train was approaching Lepanto station in the west of the city centre, and remained trapped under a carriage before emergency workers could free her.

She was brought out alive, according to reports, but died of her injuries shortly afterwards. 

The station was evacuated and the line A closed between Termini, Rome’s main train station, and Battistini, the final stop in the western suburbs. Replacement bus services are running along the route, which is the most used…
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