BART resumes service after person struck on tracks


A person struck by a BART train in Hayward this morning has been taken to a hospital and BART has resumed partial service on the Fremont line, BART officials said.

The person was hit between the Hayward and South Hayward stations at 10:13 a.m., BART spokeswoman Denisse Gonzalez said.

The person was taken to a hospital with undisclosed injuries.

BART service was stopped between the two stations for about 30 minutes, causing major delays on the Fremont line, Gonzalez said.

As of about 10:45 a.m., BART resumed service on one track between the stations, but the investigation continues on the other trackway and delays persist, Gonzalez said.

Bus service is also available via Alameda-Contra Costa Transit bus No. 99. Service along BART’s other lines is unaffected.

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