Two people were hit by Blue Line light rail trains Monday, according to reports, but neither incident appears to be fatal.
The first incident happened just after 9:30 a.m. when a man was struck by a northbound train at the 46th Street station, the Star Tribune says, noting he was "conscious" before first responders arrived at the scene.
It happened near the same station where a cyclist was hit and killed by a Blue Line train on Friday. Jason McCormick, 29, of Minneapolis, had also been injured at the same station a few months before, reports note.
Details about the incident are limited, but the person didn't appear to have suffered life-threatening injuries, the Star Tribune notes.
These were the third and fourth light rail collisions with a pedestrian or bicyclist in the past week. On Thursday, a woman was fatally hit by a Green Line train in Minneapolis. That incident marked the third pedestrian fatality on the Green Line since it opened in June 2014.
And on Dec. 4, a person was struck and critically injured by a Green Line train at Snelling and University avenues, MPR News reports.