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Commuter train derails in Alameda County, California

Screen-grab taken from a video posted on Alameda County Fire Department Twitter page appears to show a commuter train in California submerged in a body of water.

Alameda County Fire Department

Last Updated Mar 8, 2016 12:04 AM EST

SUNOL, Calif. -- At least 14 passengers were injured aboard a commuter train that derailed Monday evening in a rural, unincorporated part of Alameda County in California, according to emergency personnel, reports CBS San Francisco.

The Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) train No. 10, an eastbound train, derailed near Niles Canyon Road while traveling from San Jose to Stockton, via Fremont.

ACE officials said 214 people were aboard the train.

Steve Walker with ACE tells CBS News that the derailment happened between 7:15 and 7:30 p.m. local time.

Two cars derailed, one of those into a river.

The Alameda County Fire Department, Fremont Fire Department, Cal Fire and the California Highway Patrol are all on scene.

Photos and video posted by the Alameda County Fire Department show the train partially submerged in the river.

The Fremont Fire Department tweeted that there are 14 patients, 10 minor, and four with serious injuries.

CBS San Francisco reports that a fallen tree across the railroad tracks caused the train to derail.

The Fremont Police Department has issued a statement indicating that Niles Canyon Road has been closed due to the derailment and that the is likely to remain closed for several hours.

There will be no ACE service on Tuesday, ACE operators said.