SUNNYVALE (CBS SF/BCN) — Caltrain traffic was temporarily delayed Wednesday after a train struck a person on the tracks at the Lawrence station in Sunnyvale early that morning, according to the transit agency.

The collision was reported at 4:44 a.m. at the station on San Zeno Way involving northbound train No. 101 bound for San Francisco.

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The person, who Caltrain said was trespassing on the tracks, was struck by the train and taken to a hospital. There was no information immediately available about the person’s condition. There were seven people aboard the train at the time, with no injuries reported.

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Both tracks have since reopened for train traffic.

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