Metro officials are still investigating the circumstances leading to the death of a 63-year-old D.C. man who was hit by a train at Farragut North.

The man’s body was found by a rider about noon on Saturday, although it was not immediately clear how long the man had been there, said Metro spokeswoman Angela Gates. The death closed down the station for about two hours.

The man has been identified as a resident of Southeast D.C. and his family has been notified, she said. But Gates declined to release his name, citing the agency’s privacy policy. She said he was not a Metro employee.

Metro Transit police are interviewing his friends and reviewing video from the station to determine how the man got into the tracks – whether he fell, jumped intentionally or may have been pushed.