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VTA Light Rail Train Hits, Kills Pedestrian in San Jose: Sheriff's Office

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    VTA Light Rail Train Hits, Kills Pedestrian in San Jose

    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a light rail train in San Jose late Tuesday, according to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017)

    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a light rail train in San Jose late Tuesday, according to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

    The collision involving a male pedestrian occurred at Rosemary and North First streets, officials said. The train was traveling on the Santa Teresa-to-Alum Rock route, officials said.

    Santa Clara County Sheriff's investigators were at the scene to investigate. They were awaiting county coroner officials, the VTA said.

    The train was carrying about 100 passengers, the VTA said. A bus bridge was operating between Civic Center and Karina stations.

    No other injuries were reported.

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