At least 14 people were injured after a commuter train derailed Monday evening in Alameda County, California.
The Altamont Corridor Express train No. 10 went off the tracks in Alameda County near Sunol, California, the TV station reported. One of the cars was partially submerged in a creek.
Sunol: Train derailment. Rescue in progress. @AlamedaCoFire, @FremontFire, @CAL_FIRE, @CHPDublin on scene pic.twitter.com/TszJpQJ1G8— Alameda County Fire (@AlamedaCoFire) March 8, 2016
Fourteen people were taken to the hospital, four with serious injuries, Alameda County Fire reported on its Twitter feed.
A tree may have been on the tracks ahead of the derailment, the fire department said.
"Winds have been breezy, at best, in the region," AccuWeather Meteorologist Evan Duffey said. The highest gust was in San Jose to 35 mph at 3 p.m. this afternoon."
There were 200 passengers on the train, the sheriff's office said.