Officer Involved in Caltrain Shooting

Suspect was apparently standing on track

Wednesday, Oct 3, 2012  |  Updated 7:53 PM PDT
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Officer Involved in Caltrain Shooting

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Due to the Caltrain incident in San Jose earlier this evening, all regular service has been suspended. Northbound trains are leaving San Jose about every 20 minutes. Southbound trains are leaving San Francisco every 45 minutes. All trains are making local stops. There is no express service at this time.

About 5:30 p.m. a shooting occurred involving a Caltrain Transit Police officer in San Jose, in the vicinity of the railroad’s facilities. No further information about the incident is available at this time.

Initially both train tracks were closed to allow for an investigation. A bus bridge between San Jose and Santa Clara was provided for northbound passengers.

About 6:30 p.m. the tracks were reopened and trains began operating again between Santa Clara and San Jose.

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