SAN LEANDRO (CBS SF) – An Amtrak train heading toward Sacramento hit and killed a pedestrian Thursday morning in San Leandro, a San Leandro police lieutenant said.

Capitol Corridor train No. 528, which operates between San Jose and Sacramento, struck a person around 10:15 a.m. west of Davis Street in San Leandro, Amtrak spokeswoman Vernae Graham said.

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San Leandro police Lt. Jeff Tudor said the pedestrian died as a result. Railroad police are taking over the investigation because the crash was on the tracks, not a city street, he said.

There were no injuries to the 35 passengers on board or to any crew members, Graham said.

The train has been cancelled and passengers transferred to another Capital Corridor train, she said. No major delays were reported as officials waited for the incident to be cleared.

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The pedestrian was on the tracks but not on the Davis Street marked crossing, Graham said.

In a separate incident at 10:30 a.m., San Joaquin train No. 701 from Bakersfield to Sacramento struck a pedestrian west of the city of Merced.

Graham said the death appeared to be intentional.

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There are 90-minute delays along that line, which has stops in Oakland, Emeryville Richmond, Martinez and Antioch, she said.