BART Train Hits Deer Near Pleasant Hill Station

PLEASANT HILL (BCN) – A BART train was damaged when it struck a deer on the tracks near the Pleasant Hill station on Friday night, a spokesman said.

The deer was struck about 10:30 p.m., slightly damaging the front car of the train, BART spokesman Jim Allison said.

The train stopped after striking the animal. Another train came and was attached to the stopped train. All passengers in the damaged first car were moved to another part of the train, and the damaged car was taken away to a BART maintenance yard for repairs, Allison said.

The striking of animals on the tracks is “not totally uncommon,” he said.

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  • Victor Li

    I think the deer was struck about 10:30 AM, not 10:30 PM, because you published this article at 10:49 AM today, not last night.

  • anne

    Oh deer. I hope everyone was okay. The poor deer.

  • iluvdeers

    oh DEER! i hope everyone was ok!! hahahaha

  • marky

    Victor, dude, don’t think, it can only hurt the team.

  • redrazor

    I think both Victor and the CBS reporters are both a little slow on the uptake this fine, Fall, Saturday. At least the Internet news sites are a heck of a lot faster to get a story up than the newspapers are.

  • John R. Strieter

    Nighttime deer-vehicle collisions can be prevented.
    Use the systen

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