A man was found on fire on top of a Metro-North train in Connecticut today. Police say the man was spotted just after 5 a.m. on Sunday on top of a train headed from Stamford to NYC.

The train lost power at the Riverside Station in Greenwich, Connecticut; while investigating the outage, workers found the man on top of the train. They used a fire extinguisher to put the fire out. He was transported to Westchester Medical Center for treatment at its burn unit.

The MTA told the Greenwich-Post that the man is a 21-year-old from Ohio, but it's unclear why he was on top of the train. Local police told News 12 Connecticut that they believe the man jumped onto the moving train near the Greenwich/Stamford line and rode it for a while.

Greenwich police added that they believe the man was burned and/or electrocuted when the train's pantograph, the device mounted on top of an electric train to collect power from the overhead wires, fell on him.