SEPTA's Broad Street Line has resumed service after someone was fatally hit by a train in South Philadelphia during the morning rush.

Trains began running again in both directions about 10:15 a.m. Wednesday, about three hours after the person was struck at the Tasker-Morris station.

Further details about the victim or what happened weren't immediately available, but the transit agency described the incident as a fatality.

Service had been suspended between Walnut-Locust and AT&T stations; shuttle buses were running in place of trains.

SEPTA's other subway route, the Market-Frankford Line, was running normally Wednesday after a Tuesday derailment.

In that incident, a train crashed into a stopped train on a loop just beyond the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, which then caused its cars to hit another train on an adjacent track.

Shuttle buses were running on a section of that route for more than five hours Tuesday. The incident remains under investigation but the transit agency said regular service was operating Wednesday.