The fatality occurred on the Franklin line track between Islington and Norwood Depot just before 10 a.m.
A tresspasser on the Commuter Rail tracks between the Islington and Norwood Depot train stations was struck and killed by an outbound train this morning, officials said. The accident occurred just before 10 a.m. on the tracks past the Everett St. bridge in Norwood. Norwood Police, Transit Police and the Medical Examiner were all on scene on Route 1A across from Investors Way. MBTA Spokesman Joe Pesaturo said the tresspasser was described as a middle-aged male. No further details on the victim were available. According to the MBTA, as of 11 a.m. the Franklin line was experiencing 60 minutes delays due to the accident. Traffic on 1A was still moving quickly.
Norwood Police Detectives arrested three males Monday afternoon for dealing heroin after receiving a tip on the sale.
Norwood Police Detectives and other members of the Norfolk County Police Anti-Crime (NORPAC) Detectives Unit arrested three males Monday for dealing heroin, Norwood police spokesman Kevin Grasso said in an email statement Tuesday afternoon. Smaily Yovany Sanchez, 24, of Miami, Florida, Waldemar Rosado, 23, of Hyde Park, and Cory Justin Menice, 30, of Westwood, were taken into custody after detectives observed a drug transaction take place at Orleans and Chatham roads in Norwood. "After receiving a tip that a drug sale would take place somewhere in Norwood yesterday afternoon, Detectives acted immediately," Grasso said. "They spread out over several locations and set up surveillance where this transaction was likely to take place." At …