BART trains resume after medical emergency at Embarcadero station

BART trains at San Francisco’s Embarcadero station were moving again Monday morning after a medical emergency on board a train there held them up for about 30 minutes, a BART official said.

A man on board a San Francisco International Airport/Millbrae train had a medical emergency shortly before 9 a.m.

Trains held there while emergency officials responded. Although the man was alert and awake, he wouldn’t get off the train, according to BART officials.

The situation was resolved at about 9:20 a.m., but delays persisted systemwide.

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