UPDATE (10:45 a.m.) - The Pacific Surfliner tweeted at about 10:12 a.m. that Train 14 had resumed service and was running about 35 minutes behind schedule.
ORIGINAL STORY: People traveling by train Tuesday through Santa Barbara or Ventura counties should expect some delays.
The Ventura County Fire Department reports a pedestrian appears to have been hit by a train in the Rincon Beach area of Ventura County.
Fire officials say the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene.
#TrainVsPedestrian @VCFD Engine 25 is on scene of what appears to be a train vs pedestrian in the #Rincon area. The victim had succumbed to their injuries prior to arrival. People traveling on trains along the 101 corridor can expect delays. pic.twitter.com/ZyHI7LkxeS— VCFD PIO (@VCFD_PIO) December 31, 2019
Shortly before 9:15 a.m., the Pacific Surfliner tweeted that Train 774 was stopped outside of Goleta due to police activity.
ALERT: Train 774 is holding outside Goleta (GTA) due to police activity blocking the tracks. We will update as more information becomes available. #SurflinerAlert— Pacific Surfliner (@PacSurfliners) December 31, 2019
No other information was immediately available.