A man was transported to the hospital with serious injuries after being pinned under a train Sunday morning at the Montgomery BART Station in San Francisco, officials said. The incident was reported about 10:50 a.m. and halted service from the Montgomery Station to the East Bay, according to BART officials, with major delays systemwide. San Francisco trains didn’t stop at Montgomery. By about noon, train service at Montgomery had been restored. The San Francisco Fire Department responded to the scene and rescued the man, who was not immediately identified. He was transported to the hospital with serious injuries.
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