Commuter train derails, at least 14 hurt
SUNOL, CA - The Alameda Fire Department says 14 people were injured, four seriously, when a commuter train traveling from Silicon Valley to Stockton in Central California derailed Monday night.
The department says all passengers have been evacuated from the derailed train and are being checked by paramedics.
It says the uninjured passengers will be transported to the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton.
Altamont Corridor Express train officials tell KCBS radio there were 214 passengers traveling in the train when it derailed in a rural area about 45 miles east of San Francisco.
Image: Alameda County Fire Department
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Army Corps re-studying Amite River hoping for flood relief
Study finds Baton Rouge police significantly underpaid compared to other departments
Frenchtown Road Bridge remains closed for emergency repairs
Sheriff: High school student caught in gunfire, killed overnight
Ascension teachers produce music video to hype students for LEAP testing
Tiger fans pumped for LSU's new athletic director
LSU introduces Scott Woodward as university's new athletics director
Coach O talks new AD Scott Wooodward, Joe Alleva's exit
LSU Gymnastics Prepares for NCAA Championship Final
Baton Rouge native said to replace Joe Alleva as LSU Athletics Director