Red Line L service was halted for more than an hour on Chicago's South Side Wednesday morning after a man was struck by a train near 63rd Street, authorities said.
Service was suspended shortly after 5 a.m. for a medical emergency at the 63rd Street station, according to the Chicago Transit Authority.
Chicago fire officials said one adult male was taken to the University of Chicago Hospital in critical condition after they believe he was hit by a train.
Another adult male, thought to be the conductor of the train, was taken to St. Bernard Hospital in good condition, authorities said.
Service was suspended from 47th Street to 95th Street, with connecting shuttle buses available, through around 6:40 a.m., when service resumed with delays, the CTA said.
The CTA recommended taking an alternate route, suggesting the #3 King Drive, #4 Cottage Grove, and #29 State buses, as well as Green Line trains.
Further details on the incident were not immediately available.