CLEARFIELD, Utah - UTA is investigating after a woman was hit and killed by a FrontRunner train Wednesday morning.
Officials said the a woman wearing pajamas was crouched inside the track lanes and then sat up before the train hit her going about 35 mph.
Police said they believe the act was intentional however they aren't calling it a suicide.
UTA spokesman Remi Barron said a bus bridge has been set up for the 118 riders who were on board.
Officials said they are waiting on the medical examiner to identify the victim who is in her late thirties or early forties.
He said riders will not have access to the FrontRunner from Ogden to Clearfield at this time.
Authorities have not released the name of the victim.