SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - A person was taken to a hospital after being struck by a BART train at the Embarcadero station Thursday afternoon, a transit agency spokesman said.
A Millbrae-bound train struck the person around 1 p.m., prompting BART to run trains through the station without stopping, BART spokesman Chris Filippi said.
The station remained open during the emergency response, and regular service resumed as of 1:45 p.m. after the person was taken away from the station, Filippi said.
He did not immediately have an update on the person's condition.
Residual delays are expected as BART resumes its normal service.
Please note for SF-bound riders: BART is responding to a report of a man on the tracks in Embarcadero.— SFBART (@SFBART) June 6, 2019
Station remains open.
Trains are not stopping at Embarcadero.
Major delay developing.
Person’s condition unknown.https://t.co/yx7GTGZp8B
We have received reports of a person on the tracks at Embarcadero station. The station currently remains open. Trains are not stopping at Embarcadero.— SFBART (@SFBART) June 6, 2019
We are waiting to hear more official information and will relay here as soon as we hear it.