The Long Island Rail Road announced service between Jamaica and Penn Station was experiencing continued delays after someone was struck by a train east of the Forest Hills station Tuesday.

The severity of any injuries was not immediately known.

The railroad said some trains had been canceled, with others delayed or diverted to Atlantic Terminal.

The incident occurred just before 7 a.m. and involved a Hempstead Branch train that struck a person on the tracks east of the station, the rail road said.

As of 11:20 a.m. delays remained on the Babylon Branch, the MTA said.

Immediately following the incident the railroad said eastbound service was suspended between Penn Station and Jamaica. That service was restored within about an hour, but trains continued to bypass Woodside, Forest Hills and Kew Gardens. The LIRR announced around 11:15 a.m. that service to those stations had been restored as well.

NYC Transit cross-honored fares during the initial service suspension.

In addition to the eastbound service disruptions there were also 10 to 15 minute delays, as well as some cancellations, to westbound service during the morning rush hour, officials said.

Some minor delays continue, but officials said they figure to be cleared in time for the evening rush.

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