According to the BART website, authorities closed the Ashby Avenue station temporarily Tuesday evening after a person ended up under a train.
According to an email alert sent by BART at 7:42 p.m., "BART is recovering from an earlier problem. There is a 15-minute delay at Ashby on the Richmond Line in the Fremont and Richmond directions due to a person under a train."
As of 7:40 p.m., however, the station was reported to have reopened, but there continued to be a 15-minute delay in both directions. (See live BART service advisories here.)
According to the Contra Costa Times, the person who ended up beneath the train was uninjured, and able to climb out to seek help. BART police were investigating how the person ended up on the tracks.
According to the Daily Californian, posting on Twitter at about 7:35 p.m., "Ashby BART station reopened. Police say victim crawled out from under train before officers arrived, transported to Alta Bates for eval."
Riders first reported, via Twitter, that BART trains weren't running at Ashby due to a medical emergency. Reports of a problem began on Twitter at about 6:45 p.m.
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