Light rail train stopped in Denver after blood found near tracks

Denver Police: Bleeding man found alive nearby

DENVER - An RTD light rail train is moving again, after being stopped near West Bayaud Avenue and South Galapago Street in Denver while police investigated blood found near the tracks.

Police say they found a bleeding man at the light rail maintenance facility off Mariposa, who may have been hit by the train.

AirTracker7 was over the facility when paramedics brought out a man on a gurney.  He appeared to have bandages on a hand and arm.

According to RTD Spokesperson Scott Reed, a train operator reported possibly hitting something as he went over flyover.

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