Caltrain strikes vehicle that then leaves scene

A northbound Caltrain struck a vehicle in Burlingame Wednesday morning, according to the transit agency.

The collision was reported at about 9:25 a.m. at the Broadway grade crossing, Caltrain officials said.

The vehicle hit by northbound train No. 231 left before emergency responders arrived and no injuries were reported.

Trains have been cleared to proceed on both tracks in the area, with train No. 231 and train No. 134 delayed by up to 24 minutes, according to Caltrain.

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