At least 14 people have been injured after a California commuter train derailed Monday evening, according to the Dallas Morning News. The train was travelling from San Jose to Stockton when it went off in Alameda County and the first car became submerged in a creek. First responders worked to get people out, and four of the 14 injured people were seriously hurt. 214 passengers were onboard at the time, and were evacuated. The accident’s cause is not yet known, but officials say it was raining heavily at the time of the incident.
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