Gunfire erupted near the maintenance yard of a Northern California commuter rail service on Wednesday, authorities said.
Citing an “active shooter,” Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputies told the public at 7:12 a.m. PT to steer clear of the neighborhood around 100 W. Younger Ave. in San Jose, about 50 miles south of downtown San Francisco.
Less than an hour later, the sheriff’s department reported the shooter was down.
“A shooting at the VTA facility on Younger St has left several people being treated, but the situation is still being assessed,” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said in a tweet.
“The shooter is no longer a threat, and the facility has been evacuated.”
That Younger Avenue address is a light rail yard of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), which provides rail, bus and various shuttle services to the booming Bay Area suburb and technology hub.
“This is still an active scene and we ask that everyone stay out of the area while we conduct our investigation,” San Jose police said in statement.
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Matthew Mulligan contributed.