Updated at 11:30 a.m.

Commuters on VRE should expect crowding on their afternoon and evening trains on the Manassas line as there will be fewer rail cars.

The biggest change is that Manassas 331, which departs Union Station at 5:05 p.m., will have only six cars instead of the normal eight, which may cause crowding, according to VRE.

Updated at 10:26 a.m.

The person who was struck by a train died, according to VRE officials.

Rich Dalton, a spokesman for the train service, said “no one could tell at this time if it was intentional or accidental” that the person was on the tracks. The person has not been identified, pending notification of relatives.

Dalton said the railroad has reopened, and crews are working to “reposition equipment to minimize the impact on VRE service this afternoon.”

He said the rail service did not expect delays, but riders should check alerts throughout the afternoon in case something changes.

Updated at 8:09 a.m.

VRE said it is cancelling two trains on its Manassas line.

Trains 330 and Trains 332 are both cancelled due to an earlier incident in which a person was struck by a train in Burke.

VRE spokesman Rich Dalton said he did not know the condition of the person who was struck. He said it would likely be two to four hours before trains would be operating normally in that area.

Original post at 7:52 a.m.

A VRE train struck a person Wednesday morning near Burke, in Fairfax County, on the rail service’s Manassas line.

Train 330 has been canceled and riders on train 332 should expect a “long wait,” VRE officials said in an alert to its passengers.

VRE encouraged riders to find other means of transportation.

Officials did not release information about the condition of the person who was struck.

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