HAYWARD — BART officials stopped assistance Wednesday soon after an investigation into a stabbing aboard a practice injured a man and led to the South Hayward station’s closure, authorities explained.
Soon prior to 8:10 p.m., BART law enforcement responded to stories of an altercation aboard a train at the station, a BART spokesperson Cheryl Stalter stated. A male stabbed in that altercation endured an unspecified non-lifetime-threatening injury, Stalter said.
Police investigating the incident recovered a weapon, but have not nevertheless put a suspect in custody she added.
Station staff commenced solitary-tracking trains along the Berryessa line involving Hayward and Union Town stations with out stopping, with mutual-support service delivered by AC Transit’s No. 99 bus.
The station remained shut as of 10 p.m., with investigators actively doing the job to obtain facts about the incident.
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Trains are not stopping at South Hayward due to police activity.
— BART Alert (@SFBARTalert) August 4, 2022
Trains are not halting at South Hayward thanks to law enforcement exercise. A/C Transit bus variety 99 operates amongst Hayward, South Hayward , and Union Metropolis stations.
— BART Warn (@SFBARTalert) August 4, 2022
Trains are not halting at South Hayward thanks to police activity. A/C Transit bus quantity 99 operates concerning Hayward, South Hayward , and Union City stations. A/C Transit will take BART tickets as fare.
— BART Inform (@SFBARTalert) August 4, 2022
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