5:50pm Update:— SFBART (@SFBART) September 17, 2020
The station is now open. Please expect major delays on the Richmond line in the Berryessa, Richmond and Millbrae directions because we will need to single track on that line as we are currently only using two platforms at MacArthur for stops.
BART first announced that trains were not stopping at MacArthur station in any direction around 5 p.m.
At 5:40 p.m., the agency revealed that a person was rescued from the tracks.
5:40pm Update.— SFBART (@SFBART) September 17, 2020
This incident involves someone in crisis. They have been rescued from the trackway and are getting care. The station remains closed with trains not making stops just yet. Mutual Aid is available from @rideact bus 51, 51A and 72 between MacArthur and 19th St.
Mutual Aid was available on AC transit buses 51, 51A and 72 between 19th St and MacArthur.
The agency says to expect major delays on the Richmond line in the Berryessa, Richmond and Millbrae directions.
See more BART advisories and service delays on their website here.
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