1 person dead after being struck by Caltrain in Palo Alto (Palo Alto, CA)

One person was killed after being struck by a Caltrain train Saturday afternoon in Palo Alto.

As per the initial information, the fatal pedestrian accident took place at about 4:47 p.m. near West Meadow Drive. The early reports showed that an unidentified pedestrian was hit by a northbound train. There were about 200 passengers on the train going northbound, and no onboard injuries were reported.

Emergency personnel worked at the scene as trains operated on one track until the affected area was cleared. The grade crossing at West Meadow Drive was blocked due to the incident. As of 6:15 p.m., the southbound track was reopened at reduced speeds. No other details are available.

An investigation is ongoing.

July 25, 2022

Source: KRON4 News

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