NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Long Island Rail Road riders continue to face delays Monday due to two separate incidents of people being struck by trains.

Ronkonkoma branch service was suspended in both directions for a time early Monday morning due to a person being struck by a train near Hicksville.

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Separately, service between Jamaica and Penn Station was also suspended during the morning commute due to a non-passenger train striking a person on the tracks near Woodside.

The LIRR says both incidents have since been cleared, but riders should still expect systemwide delays of about 30 minutes.

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Some commuters say the LIRR needs to be better prepared for emergencies like these.

“I think the LIRR needs better contingency plans in place and I don’t think they have those so when something happens, everything goes into a tailspin,” said commuter Nancy Petrak.

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