OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The West Oakland BART station reopened roughly an hour after a truck crashed onto the tracks near the station, temporarily bringing all transbay BART service to a stop Wednesday night.

BART officials said there are major delays as the system recovers.

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Transbay travel was has been restored, but with residual delays system-wide, according to BART officials.

Shortly before 8 p.m., BART announced to passengers that a truck had crashed through a fence and onto the tracks near the West Oakland station and that there was no service between the East Bay and San Francisco.

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The crash reportedly happened near Fifth and Jefferson streets, where trains enter the Transbay Tube. BART trains heading to the East Bay were rerouted back to San Francisco.

Shortly after 9 p.m., the truck was towed off the tracks and service resumed.

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BART officials have not said who drove the truck onto the tracks, or why.