The original article, based on information provided by Caltrain, reported that the daughter was driving the car that was struck. Caltrain officials have since said the mother was driving the car.
Train tracks reopened through the Menlo Park area less than an hour and a half after a train struck a vehicle, according to Caltrain officials.
Caltrain spokesperson Christine Dunne said in a press release: "About 5:05 p.m. today a 1996 Saab traveling west on Ravenswood Avenue in Menlo Park failed to clear the crossing and was struck by southbound train #264.
"There were two people in the car, a mother and her adult daughter. The mother was driving the car.
"There were vehicles in front and behind the Saab and the driver did not allow enough space in front of her vehicle to clear the intersection.
"The rear of the car was struck by the train. The driver of the car suffered minor injuries and was transported to Stanford Hospital.
"The passenger also was taken to Stanford Hospital as a precaution."
There was no damage to the train and no injuries to anyone on board the train, Ms. Dunne reported. The train was able to resume service after the incident.
The crash initially closed the tracks in both directions and then forced them to travel on a single-track.
At about 6:20 p.m., trains were traveling at restricted speeds and commuters were told to expect continuing delays of 60 to 90 minutes.
There were about 200 people on the affected train.