Bay Area Traffic
VTA on schedule this morning after fatal collision
SAN JOSE -- Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail service is running on schedule this morning after a train struck and fatally wounded a pedestrian in San Jose late Monday night, a VTA spokeswoman said.
Spokeswoman Brandi Childress said the light-rail train hit a pedestrian on the right of way between the Component and Karina stations, just south of the North First Street and East Trimble Avenue intersection at 11:41 p.m.
The victim who died after the crash has only been identified as a man. The cause of the collision is under investigation, police said.
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