HAYWARD (CBS SF/BCN) — A person is dead after a collision with a Capitol Corridor train in the area of the Hayward station on Thursday morning, an agency spokeswoman said.

Capitol Corridor reported the problem shortly before 7:10 a.m. involving Train 524, which runs from San Jose to Sacramento.
Spokeswoman Karen Bakar confirmed the fatality but did not have any other details about how the person died.

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All passengers on the train were transferred to BART and the train remained stopped at the Hayward station for more than three hours. As of about 10:20 a.m., Train 524 was moving again, Bakar said.

Capitol Corridor indicated on Twitter the delay was due to what it called a “trespasser incident.” A second tweet said another train, Train 523, was holding at Oakland Coliseum station because of the delays with Train 524.

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Train 523 eventually was on the move after nearly an hour delay. Just after 9 a.m. Capitol Corridor said Train 524 was still holding at Hayward station because of the incident.



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