UPDATE 9:03 – Caltrain reports that the man was standing too close to the tracks near the platform when he was struck by a southbound train.
Caltrain is resuming single-tracking service in the area at maximum speed.
The following trains are currently seeing delays up to 60 minutes:
No. 210 is currently 23 mins. late holding at San Antonio
No. 312 – 51 mins. late and picking up train #210’s passengers
No. 314 – 38 mins. late
No. 216 – 35 mins late
No. 218 – 25 mins. late
No. 220 – 28 mins late
No. 324 – is experiencing mechanical issues
No. 221 – 29 mins. late
No. 323 – 14 mins. late
No. 225 – 40 mins late
No. 227 – 26 mins late
No. 329 – 29 mins late
No. 231/233 – will run as a combo train
MOUNTAIN VIEW (KRON) — A Caltrain struck a pedestrian on the platform at the San Antonio station in Mountain View Wednesday morning, agency officials said.
The person was struck at 7:42 a.m. by southbound train No. 210 at the station at 190 Showers Drive.
Caltrain officials reported on Twitter shortly after 8 a.m. that emergency medical crews had removed the person from the tracks.
The person is alive and being taken to a hospital, Caltrain spokeswoman Tasha Bartholomew said.
Trains were initially stopped in both directions, but began single-tracking in the area with a 30 mph speed restriction as of shortly after 8 a.m., Bartholomew said.
Caltrain riders should except 15 minute delays, she said.
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