Train Derails in Heavy Rainstorm in California Injuring Commuters
Santa Clause Clara, CAAn Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) passenger train with more than 200 travelers on board hit a brought down tree Monday night and crashed. Nine individuals in the train accident were harmed as the traveler auto moved into in the Alameda Creek along Niles Canyon Road, in Sunol, CA.
While four of the wounds are not kidding, powers said it was “a flat out supernatural occurrence” nobody was slaughtered. Alameda County Sheriff’s Office representative Sgt. J.D. Nelson said the principal train auto was in part submerged in water as groups attempted to save caught workers. The harmed travelers were taken to Washington Hospital in Fremont and the Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley.
Pro prepare No. 10 was flying out from San Jose to Stockton amid a substantial downpour storm when it hit the fallen tree and crashed close Niles Canyon Road around 7:30 p.m.
“You could hear shouts over the radio,” said Alameda County sheriff’s Sgt. Beam Kelly. Leonard Ramos said his wife, Marylou, was on the train going home to Tracy from her occupation at Ernst and Young in San Jose. “She said individuals got tossed from their seats to the window and broke the glass,” he said.
A few individuals who were caught down and out windows to escape while team from a few distinctive crisis administrations attempted to free the remaining travelers.
The submerged rail auto could supposedly still be seen lying on its side in the rivulet at 10 p.m., with water hurrying through the broken windows.