BELMONT (CBS SF) — A Caltrain has struck and injured a person in Belmont Sunday afternoon, and that person has been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, a Caltrain spokesman said.

The accident, involving a trespasser on the Caltrain tracks, occurred at 3:34 p.m. when northbound train No. 431 struck the person on the tracks, said Dan Lieberman, a spokesman for Caltrain/SamTrans.

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The condition of the person taken to the hospital wasn’t immediately known.

The Caltrain tracks through Belmont were closed temporarily, but the tracks in both directions had been reopened by 4:30 p.m., Lieberman said, and trains were again moving at authorized speed.

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There are approximately 282 passengers onboard the train and no injuries onboard have been reported, Lieberman said.

The incident marked the 12th time in 2018 that a Caltrain has struck a trespasser, he added.

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