KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) — A person was hit and killed by a train in Kalamazoo, authorities says.

It happened near the intersection of Westnedge Avenue and Kalamazoo Avenue. The person was on the tracks, a spokesperson for Amtrak told News 8.

The person died, the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety said.

“Wolverine Train 352 is stopped west of Kalamazoo (KAL) due to a trespasser incident along the route ahead. We will provide updates as information becomes available,” Amtrak said in a tweet.

No one else was injured, Amtrak says.

Amtrak released a statement on Friday that read in part:

“These incidents can affect everyone involved—those who are injured or die and their families, our train crews, and our passengers. They also serve as critical reminders about the importance of obeying the law and of exercising extreme caution around railroad tracks and crossings. Amtrak continues to work closely with Operation Lifesaver (OLI) to #STOPTrackTragedies by emphasizing the obvious dangers of being on railroad property or disregarding warnings at rail crossings. For more railroad safety information, please visit StayOffTheTracks.org.”

Amtrak said in a statement on Friday

KDPS said Amtrak is investigating.

The intersection was closed to traffic by has sense reopened.