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Stalled car on tracks delays Caltrain this morning

Original post made on Apr 20, 2010

Caltrain trains are running behind schedule this morning after a vehicle was stalled on tracks in Palo Alto, according to spokeswoman Christine Dunn. The stalled car at Alma Street/Palo Alto Avenue in north Palo Alto had to be removed by a tow truck.

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on Apr 20, 2010 at 10:20 am

What kind of car was it? Who was driving? Is the driver cooperating with the investigation or did they flee the scene?


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