Pair killed in Caltrain incidents 

Two people died after incidents on Caltrain tracks Monday, agency officials said.

In the first incident, a 30-year-old woman died after she was found critically injured in her car that was stuck on train tracks in Menlo Park and hit by a Caltrain, sending the car flying 40 feet across an intersection, fire and Caltrain officials said.

All trains in both directions were halted after the southbound Caltrain No. 360 hit the car at Ravenswood Avenue at 4:46 p.m.

The female driver was stuck at the Ravenswood crossing where the car was hit, Menlo Park Fire Protection District Chief Harold Schapelhouman said.

The car flew 40 feet across the intersection and the driver had to be extricated from the car. She was taken to Stanford Hospital in critical condition, where she died.

About 400 people on board the Caltrain at the time of the collision were not injured, Caltrain officials said. The crash also impacted traffic on either side of the Ravenswood railroad crossing, according to Schapelhouman.

Just after 9 p.m., Caltrain said a train struck and killed an adult male who was walking in Tunnel 1, which is near the 22nd street station in San Francisco. The southbound train was not carrying any passengers.

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