Man struck by train in San Mateo survives


A man was struck by a train on the southbound Caltrain track at the San Mateo station at about 9:15 tonight (Feb. 16), Caltrain spokesperson Christine Dunn has reported.

The man survived and was taken by ambulance to Stanford Hospital, she said. No additional information about the man's condition is available, she said.

The passengers, approximately 250, were transferred to another train.

The southbound tracks has reopened for service, she reported about 10:37 p.m.

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