No Injuries in Truck and Train Crash on Highway 1 and Brown Road [Santa Maria, CA]

One Struck and Injured by Light-Rail Train on Arden Way [Sacramento, CA]

One Struck and Injured by Light-Rail Train on Arden Way [Sacramento, CA]

One Struck and Injured by Light-Rail Train on Arden Way [Sacramento, CA]

Light-Rail Train and Pedestrian Collision near Del Paso Boulevard

 
SACRAMENTO, CA (January 9, 2020) – One person was struck and injured by a light-rail train on Arden Way, Thursday afternoon.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the incident happened near Del Paso Boulevard at approximately 2:05 PM. Dispatchers arrived shortly after.
 
Reports from the Sacramento Fire Department showed that the victim was struck before becoming pinned underneath the light-rail train.
 
The victim was transported to an area hospital with critical injuries. However, there has been no update on their current condition.
 
The authorities were still investigating the cause of the crash.
 
Consider pedestrians in the area when you are driving. Never be distracted by your phone and other gadgets. By being careful when behind the wheel, you can keep yourself and others around you safe.


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