Train hits pedestrian in Lakeland, streets closed near Munn Park

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LAKELAND, Fla. (WFLA) – The Lakeland Fire Department is warning visitors and residents to avoid Munn Park area after a pedestrian was hit by a train.

Both Kentucky and Tennessee Avenues have been shut down.

Witnesses claim they saw the man jump in front of the train.  Police are investigating the incident as a suicide attempt.

The unidentified man sustained injuries, but his condition is unknown.

Authorities are still on the scene investigating.

Stay on WFLA.com for more updates as this story develops.

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