Pedestrian Hit, Injured by Train at Lawrence Station [Sunnyvale, CA]

Pedestrian Hit, Injured by Train at Lawrence Station [Sunnyvale, CA]
Pedestrian Hit, Injured by Train at Lawrence Station [Sunnyvale, CA]

Person Hospitalized after Hit by Train at Lawrence Station in Sunnyvale

SUNNYVALE, CA (September 30, 2021) – A pedestrian suffered injuries after being hit by a train at Lawrence Station, early Wednesday morning.
According to Caltrain, the incident happened on September 29, at about 4:44 a.m. For reasons still under investigation, the pedestrian was trespassing on the tracks. Then, the northbound Caltrain #101 hit the person near San Zeno Way.
Emergency crews transported the pedestrian to a hospital for unspecified injuries. Authorities did not release the name of the victim.
As per reports, the seven passengers inside the train did not sustain injuries.
Caltrain continues to investigate the cause of the accident. Officers will release additional information once it becomes available.
When walking through railroad crossings, stay alert and pay attention to railroad signs and signals. Also, cross tracks only ay designated pedestrian or roadway crossings. Remember that trains cannot stop quickly to avoid a collision.

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