A body was found near the train tracks east of Copiague during Friday’s evening rush hour, disrupting service, the MTA said.

The man appeared to have committed suicide by jumping from a high railroad trestle, according to an MTA source.

He landed on the street below the Long Island Rail Road bridge, said Salvatore Arena, spokesman for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

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The discovery at 5:40 p.m. has led to at least four train cancellations by 7 p.m. on the Babylon branch of the Long Island Rail Road, according to LIRR tweets and website.

Other details were not immediately available as MTA police investigated at the scene.