A man was struck by a Green Line train at the St. Paul Street station in Brookline Saturday night, according to the MBTA. The man, in his 20s, “came into contact” with the C Line train at about 10 p.m., MBTA spokesman Joshua Robin said in an e-mail. “He was conscious and alert” at the scene and was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, said Robin. A shuttle bus was set up between the St. Mary’s Street station and the Coolidge Corner station for two hours as transit police investigated the accident, he said.
Man struck by Green Line train
By Jeff Fish| Globe Correspondent November 12, 2012
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