Body found on O-Train tracks not suspicious, police say

The O-Train has returned to normal service after it was shut down Sunday morning following the discovery of a body on the tracks.

O-Train is now back online after body was discovered Sunday morning.

Ottawa police officers stand near tape blocking off the multi-use pathway near Bayview station on Sept. 24, 2017. (Karla Hilton/CBC)

The O-Train returned to normal service Sunday afternoon after it was shut down following the discovery of a body on the tracks. 

Police said foul play is not suspected. They were concluding their investigation late Sunday afternoon. 

Ottawa police had earlier closed the eastbound lanes of Somerset Street West between Breezehill Avenue and Preston Street.

Police tape had also been placed across the multi-use pathway running underneath the Somerset Street bridge.

Bus route 107 served transit users during the shutdown.