Officers and paramedics attempted to revive an unresponsive adult male onboard a train, but he was declared deceased after life-saving measures were initiated. The Contra Costa County Coroner’s office then took control of the decedent. The death does not appear criminal in nature, but officers are investigating further.
Officers and medical personnel responded to the station regarding a person underneath a train. Subsequently, the person was located between two train cars and declared deceased. Alameda County Coroner’s personnel took custody of the decedent, whose death does not appear to involve foul play.
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.
At 1819 hours, BART officers and medical personnel responded to the Daly City station regarding an unresponsive adult male in the station’s parking garage elevator. A short time later, however, medical personnel declared the male deceased. At this point, there is no indication of foul play.
A male was reported to be under a train at the Bay Fair Station. BART Police, Fire and emergency medical units responded to the station but the male was declared deceased. The Alameda County Coroner responded and took custody of the deceased. The case is under investigation and notification to the next of kin is pending.
BART Police and medical personnel responded to the station regarding an adult who appeared in need of medical attention. Personnel administered life-saving aid, but the male was declared deceased. The male’s death does not appear to be the result of a crime.
Witnesses reported that a vehicle driven by a male had struck a parked car in the parking structure. Officers responded and found the driver unresponsive. Paramedics treated the man, but ultimately declared him deceased. It appears that the man's death was from natural causes, and there is no indication of foul play.
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.
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 the 16Th Street Station for a report of a person under a train. Emergency crews and BART Police arrived at the station and the person was declared deceased by S.F. Fire. The case is under investigation.
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.
The station agent reported that a female with no shirt on was in the station acting erratically. The woman pulled the fire alarm and then apparently returned to street level while officers responded to the call. Before the officers arrived, the agent reported that SFPD officers had chased the woman back into the station and that the woman had jumped from the concourse to the platform level of the station, suffering significant injuries. The woman was transported by ambulance to SF General Hospital, where she was later pronounced deceased. Officer learned that the woman had been creating a disturbance on city streets and had vandalized a nearby business, which led to SFPD officers searching the area for her. Trains were run through the station while the woman was treated and the officers conducted their investigation. The station was not reopened for revenue service. The deceased had no identification and the coroner is still attempting to identify her. Due to the officer involved fatality, SFPD is conducting their own investigation of the incident. There is no indication of foul play. TSOC notified.
Officers and medical personnel responded to the station regarding the report of a subject underneath a Richmond bound train. Subsequently, the (adult male) subject was located on the #1 track way and declared dead; no foul play is suspected at this time. The coroner’s office responded and took custody of the body. As a result of this incident, train service was delayed for approximately 2.5 hours. TSOC notified
Sergeants officers responded to the station’s platform level regarding a subject under an East Bay bound train. Police officers were soon joined by firefighters, and together they located the subject under a train car. BART’s transportation personnel separated the involved train car and firefighters declared the subject deceased shortly thereafter. Officers interviewed witnesses, and crime scene technicians responded to process the scene. At this point, the death does not appear to involve foul play. The on-call detective responded to assist with the investigation. Members of the Trauma Response Team responded as well, and the on-call chaplain was notified.
A patron leaving the station saw a male in his 40's slumped over a trash can in the bus zone. Medical aid responded and determined that the man was not breathing. Attempts to revive the man were unsuccessful and he was pronounced deceased. The investigation of the scene revealed no indication of foul play. The death appeared to be the result of a medical condition. The Alameda County Coroner responded to take over the investigation.
An officer was flagged down by a witness who reported a suspicious person in a vehicle which was parked in the main parking lot, stall 1935. Upon checking the vehicle, the officer located an adult male who appeared to be in need of medical attention. Medical personnel responded, administered immediate medical attention, but determined he was deceased. A sergeant, crime scene technicians, and investigators responded, but no evidence of foul play was discovered at the time. The Contra Costa County Coroner’s Office then took custody of the male. Investigators will perform further investigation.
Officers and a sergeant responded to the station regarding the report of a subject struck by a San Francisco bound train on the number 2 track way of the station. Fire and paramedic personnel responded as well. Shortly after police and firefighter personnel arrived at the station they found the subject (an adult male) partially wedged between the train and the platform. Medical personnel eventually pronounced the subject deceased at the scene. Officers interviewed several witnesses, processed the scene for evidence but found no evidence of foul play. Crime scene technicians and trauma response team members responded; and the on-call detective was notified of the incident. Video recovery community service officers were called upon as well. As a result of this incident, system wide delays were estimated at 20-30 minutes.
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.
Central reported a possible subject who jumped in front of an approaching train on platform 2. Officers and Fire personnel responded, located a male subject, and confirmed the subject was deceased. Trains were allowed to run through on the opposite platform as the officers conducted their investigation. Evidence technicians and the on-call detective were called out to the scene. Based on the initial investigation, it appears that the subject intentionally jumped in front of the train, and that there was no evidence of foul play. Station video was requested for by the detective sergeant but the video did not yield any substantive evidence. Service on the incident platform continues to be disrupted due to anticipated delays in recovering the deceased from the 3rd rail. TSOC was notified (Ref # TSA-03-06844-15). The Trauma Response Team lieutenant was advised of the incident. 1503-3918 L21 UPDATE: The scene was cleared by BART PD personnel and released back to Central as of 1632 hours. Normal operations were resumed as of 1658 hours. TSOC was additionally updated.
BART Central advised the ISRC that a "child" was reportedly underneath a train on track #2. BART Police and medical personnel responded to the scene. Fire personnel located a deceased adult female victim underneath the train. The station was closed for the investigation and bus bridges were established. The Alameda County Coroner's Office responded to the station to recover the victim. The station was closed for approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes. Normal service was restored at 1146 hours. The Trauma Response Team was activated and TSOC notified.
The ISRC was notified by Central that blood was seen by a passing train operator on the aerial track way between the Concord and North Concord Station. A subsequent train operator found a body in between the running rail and third rail. A sergeant, officers, and evidence technicians responded to assist. Detectives were also called out. The subject was declared deceased and the Coroner’s Office responded. The call was possibly related to a call that came out earlier at 0422 hours of a subject reportedly on the track way. At this point, there is no evidence of foul play. Trains were held out from 0835 hours to 1208 hours for the investigation. Bus bridges were set up during the incident. TSOC as well as the on-call Trauma Response team members were notified.
The train operator on a northbound train reported possibly striking a person on the A2 track, south of South Hayward Station. Responding officers located a victim under the train and paramedics determined that the victim was deceased. A rescue train evacuated the patrons on board the incident train without incident. No injuries were reported by the patrons on the incident train. Service was suspended between South Hayward and Union City Stations for the remainder of revenue service. There is no indication of foul play. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a man who was passed out and had urinated on himself while on a Pittsburg bound train. Upon arrival, the man was unresponsive with no pulse and CPR was given. Medical personnel arrived and pronounced the man dead at the scene. Sergeants arrived on scene, and the on call detective and coroner were notified. The coroner identified the deceased, and foul play was ruled out. Video requested.