Muni train involved in collision with vehicle

A Muni train was involved in a collision in San Francisco’s Bayview District this afternoon.

Fire officials reported the collision between a train and a car at Third Street and Williams Avenue shortly after 2 p.m. One adult and two children were in the car but are reported to be in stable condition.

A Muni spokesperson said the collision occurred just after 12:30 p.m., and that the incident had cleared as of around 3 p.m.

T-Third trains switched back at Evans Avenue during the incident. Bus shuttles will continue to provide service in the area to clear delays.

COLLISION @sfmta_muni rail CAR AT 3RD/WILLIAMS 1 ADULT 2 CHILDREN IN CAR. 3 VICTIMS ALL STABLE 14:08 EXPECT DELAYS AVOID AREA MEDIA QUESTIONS TO @SFPD AND @sfmta_muni PLEASE pic.twitter.com/taC8hqgz4N

— SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT (@SFFDPIO) July 12, 2019blockquote>

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