LIRR Worker Electrocuted in Queens

The victim's identity has not been released

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    A Long Island Rail Road worker was electrocuted after coming into contact with the third rail near the Queens Village station Monday morning, MTA officials said.

    A co-worker who tried to help the victim was taken to the Long Island Jewish Hospital as a precaution.

    Service was temporarily suspended between Jamaica and Mineola but was restored shortly before noon.

    The fatal accident is under investigation.

    The victim's identity has not been released.

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