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SEPTA worker shocked, burned in NJ

A SEPTA worker was shocked and burned while working atop a train in New Jersey overnight.

SEPTA train A SEPTA worker was shocked and burned working atop a train in Ewing, N.J., early Monday. Credit: Metro

A SEPTA worker was shocked and burned while working atop a train in New Jersey overnight.

The incident happened at the West Trenton train station, in Ewing, Mercer County, at around 12:30 a.m., 6ABC Action News reports.

The man, identified in the report as a 49-year-old Elkins Park, Pa., resident, was in serious condition at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, N.J.

It took a rescue crew about an hour to get to the victim due to high voltage.

 
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