Editor's Note: Though Bay City News originally reported that the daughter was driving the car, Patch spoke with a witness to the accident who indicated that, in fact, the mother was driving the car, and the daughter is a teenager. On Apr. 18, Caltrain officials confirmed that the mother drove the vehicle.
A mother and daughter have been transported to a hospital Friday evening after an express , officials for the system said.
Just after 5 p.m., the 1996 Saab travelled west on Ravenswood Avenue when struck by southbound train No. 264, according to Caltrain spokeswoman Christine Dunn.
The vehicles in front of and behind the Saab did not allow enough space in front of her car to clear the intersection, Dunn said.
The train struck the back of the car. The daughter was transported to Stanford Hospital with minor injuries, Her mom was also taken to the hospital as a precaution, she said. The train was not damaged and none of the passengers reported injuries.
--Bay City News