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BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Officials believe a dismembered foot found at a Berkeley, California, transit station belongs to a woman who fell on the tracks last month.
KNTV in San Jose (http://bit.ly/1UJaIp2 ) reports the foot was found Monday morning at the Bay Area Rapid Transit station.
The woman survived being hit by a BART train on Dec. 20, but lost her lower right leg. Her name and age were not released.
Crews found the foot while out on the tracks.
BART spokesman Jim Allison says no foul play is suspected. Service was halted briefly Monday morning.
Information from: KNTV-TV.
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