According to a story in the San Francisco Chronicle, 16 people were injured late Wednesday night when a pair of Amtrak trains were involved in a head-on collision in Oakland, Calif.
According to the Chronicle, one of the trains was traveling around 15-20 mph when it crashed into the other train, which was stationary. The report says an Amtrak official the moving train had run through a red signal. Around 150 people were on the trains, the story says.
Read the San Francisco Chronicle story HERE.