DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas police are investigating after an off-duty officer was struck and dragged 25-50 feet by a DART train.

It happened at the intersection of Bryan and Olive Street downtown at 12:40 p.m.

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DART Police responded to a report of a northbound Green Line light rail vehicle making contact with the officer as it was pulling into the Pearl/Arts District Station. They were seen marking the tracks and picking up the officer’s watch and cellphone during their investigation.

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The officer, who is a 14-year veteran of DPD, was attending a nearby conference was taken to Baylor Hospital.

He’s in stable condition.

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