SAN DIEGO -- A pedestrian was killed Sunday morning after being hit by a train in Sorrento Valley.
According to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, the pedestrian was hit near the 11000 block of Sorrento Valley Road around 6:30 a.m.
Authorities say the northbound train was traveling 60 miles per hour when the conductor noticed a young man emerge from nearby bushes and run towards the tracks.
The train went into emergency braking but was unable to stop in time. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
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33 people were onboard when Amtrak train 763 hit the pedestrian. No one onboard was injured.
The train was delayed while emergency personnel were on scene, according to deputies.
At this time, it's unclear why the pedestrian was on the tracks at the time of the incident.
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The Amtrak train is stopped on the tracks in Sorrento Valley. One person was hit and killed. No injuries on board. pic.twitter.com/y0utaKNfG8— Matt Boone (@10NewsMatt) February 11, 2018
The Amtrak train is stopped on the tracks in Sorrento Valley. One person was hit and killed. No injuries on board. pic.twitter.com/y0utaKNfG8