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Light-Rail Service Resumes in San Jose After Incident Involving Pedestrian

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    Light-Rail Service Resumes in San Jose After Incident Involving Pedestrian
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    A VTA train in San Jose. (Feb. 9, 2016)

    Light-rail service between the Karina and Bonaventura stations in North San Jose was briefly disrupted Friday after an incident involving a pedestrian in the crosswalk, according to Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority officials.

    Initially, VTA reported that a train had struck someone 1st Street and Karina Court. The agency then clarified that it was unclear if the train had made contact with the pedestrian or the person had just fallen. 

    The person was taken to a hospital in an unknown condition.

    A bus bridge was provided to passengers on the Mountain View to Winchester and Alum Rock to Santa Teresa lines. 

    The disruption was reported around 10:30 a.m. Service had resumed by 11:05 a.m.

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