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Man dies after being pushed in front of CTA Red Line train: police

2 monthes ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - A man was killed when someone pushed him in front of a CTA Red Line train, according to Chicago police.
Police said the man was standing on the platform at the 87th Street Red Line around 12:15 a.m. Friday when he got into a verbal altercation with another man.
That's when the second man pushed the other man into an incoming train.
The other man was taken into custody.
No names have been released yet.
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Man dies after being pushed in front of Red Line train at 87th Street station, police say

Man dies after being pushed in front of Red Line train at 87th Street station, police say

2 monthes ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

A man died after he was pushed in front of a Red Line train at the 87th Street station early Friday, according to Chicago police.
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Man killed after being pushed in front of CTA Red Line train on South Side, Chicago police say

2 monthes ago   |   By ABC

A man died after Chicago police said someone pushed him in front of an oncoming CTA Red Line train on the city's South Side Friday morning.
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