RTA restores Waterfront service after man's injury

Posted at 3:36 PM, Sep 18, 2016

On Sunday the RTA suspended service on its Waterfront rail line due to a man who was injured near the tracks.

According to the RTA, the 23-year-old man was injured near the South Harbor Station in the Municipal Parking Lot. He was later taken by EMS to MetroHealth Medical Center. 

Service was suspended while the RTA conducted an investigation and service was restored around 3:20 p.m. before the end of the Browns game. 

The investigation into the incident is ongoing.