SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) – BART’s Bay Fair station in San Leandro is reopening Tuesday morning after a train struck a person there, according to an agency spokesman.

The person was struck around 9:50 a.m. in the trackway and was taken to a hospital, BART spokesman Chris Filippi said. An update on the person’s condition was not immediately available.

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Trains were running through the station on one side of the tracks without stopping during the closure, and Alameda-Contra Costa Transit buses took riders to and from the Bay Fair station along the BART route, Filippi said.

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As of shortly after 10:50 a.m., Filippi said BART police had cleared the scene and the station was reopening again for regular service.

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