A woman was struck by a train at about 6:35 a.m. Tuesday - the fourth accident on the North Jersey Coast Line in a little over a week.
The incident took place near the intersection of Memorial Drive and Second Avenue in Asbury Park.
The woman, who was approximately 40 years old, reportedly walked around the gates and onto the tracks, according to NJ Transit spokesman Dan Stessel.
Stessel said the woman suffered a non-life threatening injury to her hand after making contact with the 2304 headed toward Hoboken, and was transported to Jersey Shore Medical Center. Passengers were transferred to the next train.
Stessel said the scene was clear at 7:30 a.m.
The incident comes a day after an autopsy revealed that a when she drove onto railroad tracks in Spring Lake on Saturday night, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's office.
The Monmouth County medical examiner completed an autopsy on Sunday and ruled the death was a suicide, said Marc Lemieux, director of the Major Crimes Bureau of the county prosecutor's office, on Monday afternoon.
The woman had graduated from Point Pleasant Borough High School in June 2010 and was attending Rutgers University Business School.
Last Friday, a 17-year-old Long Branch resident was struck and killed by a NJ Transit train near Chelsea Avenue in Long Branch. Days later, a 15-year-old Long Branch boy was injured when he was struck by a train while walking on NJ Transit tracks near Long Branch's Cedar Avenue.
Six people have now died on the North Jersey Coast Line tracks since 2008.