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Amtrak victim identified as New York woman

The person struck and killed by an Amtrak train early in the morning of Feb. 24 has been identified as a woman from New York.

According to Danelle Hunter, media relations manager for Amtrak Government Affairs and Corporate Communications, Tami Rose Russo, of Suffolk County, N.Y., was the person discovered by Havre de Grace police on the railroad tracks at the end of the 400 block of Webb Lane last week.

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Hunter did not release Russo's age, only that she was born in 1974. No other information was released.

Amtrak spokesman Steve Kulm said the passenger train, Northeast Regional train No. 177 southbound from Boston to Washington, stuck the victim around 12:24 a.m. Feb. 24. No crew members or any of the 91 passengers onboard were injured.

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