A bicyclist was treated for nonlife-threatening injuries after being struck by a Long Island Rail Road train in Port Jefferson Wednesday night, a Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman said.
The train came into contact with the cyclist about 6:20 p.m. at the Main Street, spokesman Aaron Donovan said. The train left Penn Station at 4:19 p.m. and struck the rider just before it was arriving at its final stop. He was treated at Stony Brook Hospital, Donovan said. The incident, which delayed the train by more than an hour, is under investigation by MTA police, he said. Several other trains were delayed but normal service has since resumed.