Officers responded to a report of a person in the men’s restroom for an extended period. Upon entry, officer found a unresponsive adult male who was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
BART PD was notified by SFPD that they discovered a male individual who was apparently deceased on the stairwell in the west plaza end of the station. SF Fire responded and pronounced the individual deceased. There was no evidence of foul play. BART PD took over the investigation.
At approximately 1135 hours, BART police responded to the report of a person under a train, just south of the Oakland Shops. Emergency units arrived on scene, but the person did not survive. The coroner was called but the person has not been identified. The coroner arrived at 1259 hours and recovered the deceased.
A 51-year-old female patron fell down the escalator. Paramedics responded and pronounced the woman deceased. There does not appear to be any evidence of foul play. Detectives and ID Technicians were notified. The Coroner's Office responded, conducted their investigation and took custody of the body.
An on-duty BART PD officer, dressed in full police uniform, discharged their service firearm and two adult males were transported to a local hospital for medical attention. A firearm was recovered from the scene. One of the individuals was later pronounced deceased.
A train operator reported a male subject under the train. Officers and medical staff responded and located a person under the train. The person was declared deceased by medical personnel. Officers processed the scene and interviewed witnesses. The coroner's office responded, conducted their investigation and took custody of the body. TSOC Notified.
At 2120 hours, BART Police, Fire and medical personnel responded to the Hayward station regarding an unresponsive adult male. A short time later, medical personnel declared the male deceased. No foul play is suspected at this time. Notifications were made and The Alameda County Coroner responded and took custody of the deceased.
CHP reported that a male had apparently jumped from the top of the parking structure. Paramedics determined that the man was deceased at the scene. Officers responded to conduct an investigation. There were no indications of foul play. There was no impact on train service. TSOC notified.
Patrons on board the Millbrae bound train reported that a black male in his 50's appeared to be foaming at the mouth and might not be breathing. Officers intercepted the train and located the man, who was unresponsive. Paramedics removed the man from the train and performed CPR on the platform for about 30 minutes before pronouncing the man deceased. The SF Medical Examiner responded, but was unable to identify the man. There were no indications of foul play, and it appears that the man suffered some sort of medical emergency. The incident train was delayed for about 27 minutes.
A cleaning crew reported a female blocking the stairwell in the parking structure. An officer responded and requested medical respond for the female, who was unresponsive. Medical staff arrived and declared her deceased at 0110 hours. There were no obvious signs of foul play. It appeared as though the female had been sleeping under the stairwell. Notifications were made (including the on-call detective) and an ID tech responded along with the San Mateo Coroner's Office.
Officers responded to a report of a female who was found laying on the landing of a stairwell leading to the street. Medical units responded and the subject was declared deceased. BART Police detectives responded and are handling the investigation into the circumstances of the death and the S.F. Coroner responded for the medical investigation.
A small private plane crashed at the Hayward Yard. This resulted in one fatality (pilot) but no other injuries. Service was restored at 1351 hours. TSOC notified. FAA and NTSB responded to conduct their investigation.
A train operator reported a male subject under the train. Officers and medical staff responded and located a person under the train. The person was declared deceased by medical personnel. Multiple officers responded to process the scene and interview witnesses. The coroner's office responded to conduct their investigation and take custody of the body.
Officers responded to the station in order to check upon the welfare of an adult male who was reportedly experiencing medical issues. On their arrival, officers located the male and determined he was not breathing and had no pulse. The officers immediately began performing CPR on the male, until firefighters and paramedics arrived and took over life-saving measures. The male was eventually transported to Kaiser Hospital, Richmond, where he later died. At this point, no foul play is suspected - but investigators have been notified.
At about 19:45, multiple witnesses reported that a suspect who was riding on a SFO Airport bound train approaching West Oakland Station used a handgun to shoot another passenger multiple times and then fled on foot from the train at West Oakland Station. Officers responded and assisted with providing first aid to the victim. West Oakland Station was closed while the investigation was conducted and the victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. At this time, a suspect has not been arrested and the weapon has not been recovered. Detectives and evidence technicians responded to assist with the investigation. The suspect was described as a black male, late 20's to early 30's, 6'2" skinny build with broad shoulders, scruffy face, wearing a long green trench coat over dark hoodie with hood up, dark pants, dark backpack, armed with a black semi auto handgun.
At 0418 hours, Dispatch received a call from a patron reporting a subject was sleeping in front of the Castro Valley Station and he was not responsive. An officer arrived on scene and advised the male was not breathing at 0423 hours. Medics were requested to respond to the station (code 3) and arrived at 0427 hours. ALCO Fire Unit #25 responded to the station as well. The male was declared deceased at 0454 hours. No foul play is suspected at this time. The on call detective was notified. The coroner was notified at 0454 hours. The male's identity is unknown at this time. The case is under investigation.
Officers contacted a suspicious male suspect in a U-Haul truck on the first level of the station’s parking structure. During the contact, the officers learned that the suspect was on searchable probation. Sometime after learning this information, the suspect produced a handgun and shot one of the officers. The second officer then returned fire and struck the suspect several times; the suspect was then taken into custody. Both the injured officer and the suspect were transported to a local hospital. The officer suffered a non-life threatening injury and was later released from the hospital. The suspect, who remained in the hospital, was said to be in stable condition. Later, the body of an adult male was discovered in the U-Haul truck. Multiple assisting officers, including investigators, command staff and Hayward Police Officers responded to the scene. The investigation is on-going. TSOC notified (TSA #12-33533)
Officers responded to a report of a subject under the train at the Ashby Station. Medical and Fire personnel arrived and eventually located the subject; whom they later declared deceased. The Coroner’s Office was requested to respond and run throughs were being allowed on the opposite track way. BPD released the scene back to transportation at 1441 hours. The trains and station was fully released and opened at 1446 hours. The officers were able to locate at least two independent witnesses who stated that the subject intentionally jumped in front of the train as it entered the station. Initial investigation reveals that there is no evidence of foul play. Detectives and TSOC was notified.
Dispatch received a report of a subject who jumped in front of a Dublin bound train and now under the train on track way 2. A sergeant as well as other officers responded along with fire and medical who located the subject and confirmed he was deceased. BART PD evidence technicians also responded to the scene. Statements from several witnesses revealed that the subject intentionally jumped in front of the train. Trains were delayed for from the 1326 to 1516 hours as a result of this incident. There was no evidence of foul play and detectives were notified of the incident. TSOC was also notified.
A train operator reported striking a person on trackway #1 at the station. Fire and medical responded along with BART Transportation workers and BART officers. The station was closed, but trains were allowed to run through on the #2 trackway. The Fire Department determined that there was a person, who was later declared deceased, under the train. Detectives and ID Technicians were notified. Witnesses were interviewed and the scene was processed by ID Technicians before being released. The coroner responded to investigate and recover the body. Station reopened at 1048 hours.
Train Central advised train #377 struck someone on track #2 of the Powell Street Station. Transportation and BART PD responded to the site of the incident. Fire responded and confirmed a body was under the train. Recue efforts started immediately. Powell Street was closed to the public. The person was declared by SF Fire and the SF Coroner responded to take custody of deceased. The scene was processed by evidence technicians and a BART PD Detective responded. TSOC notified of the incident.
A train operator reported a person under the train. Medical responded and declared the person deceased. Investigators and ID technicians responded to conduct the investigation and process the scene. The coroner responded, began their investigation and removed the person from the trackway. The station was closed during the investigation, but trains were able to single track through the station on the other trackway. Service was restored at 1246 hours.
A train operator reported a person under the Richmond bound train. Medical responded and declared the person deceased. Investigators and ID technicians responded to conduct the investigation and process the scene. The coroner responded, began their investigation and removed the person from the trackway. The station was closed during the investigation, but trains were able to single track through the station on the other trackway. Service was restored at 1235 hours.