A Caltrain struck a vehicle in San Bruno on Friday morning, killing a person inside the car, according to the transit agency.
The collision was reported around 8 a.m. involving southbound train No. 108 that was heading from San Francisco to San Jose when it hit a vehicle in the area of Scott Street in San Bruno. The driver of the vehicle died, Caltrain spokesman Dan Lieberman said.
There were 31 people aboard the train with no injuries reported.
The northbound track reopened shortly after the collision and trains traveled in both directions through the area on the single stretch of track. The tracks in both directions reopened as of about 11 a.m., Lieberman said.
The fatality is the third along Caltrain’s right-of-way so far in 2022.
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