Mount Kisco pushes Metro North for increased track safety

Mount Kisco commuters are pushing for increased railroad track safety after a man was fatally hit by a train Monday night.A north-bound Metro North train hit the man on Mount Kisco's south side. MTA investigators still don't know why the man was on the tracks in front of the speeding train.Monday night's tragedy is just the latest in a number of incidents where trains have hit people in the Mount Kisco area. So far, the MTA has improved fencing at the tracks in Mount Kisco. But, railroad officials say there is only so much they can do to keep people off the tracks. A railroad spokesperson said the MTA will do whatever it can to keep commuters safe.Metro North officials said the man was so severely injured they are having a difficult time identifying him.

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