Man hit by CTA train at Armitage

Red, Brown and Purple Line service was suspended for about an hour.

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A man was injured after he walked in front of a moving CTA train Monday morning at the Armitage stop in Lincoln Park.

The man, 46, walked in front of an approaching train about 7:30 a.m. and was struck, according to Chicago police. He was in serious condition with an ankle injury at the station, in the 900 block of West Armitage Avenue, police said.

The man was awake and talking when paramedics brought him to Illinois Masonic Medical Center, according to Chicago fire spokesman Larry Langford.

Red, Brown and Purple Line trains were temporarily suspended at the station until about 8:20 a.m., according to service alerts from the Chicago Transit Authority.

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