Disabled train causes 30-minute Caltrain delays

A broken-down train is causing Caltrain delays of up to 30 minutes Thursday morning, Caltrain spokeswoman Christine Dunn said.

Dunn said northbound train No. 225 broke down at the Hillsdale station in San Mateo, forcing trains to single-track through that area.

Passengers on the disabled train were able to board another northbound train, Dunn said.

 

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