A commuter train in Central California derailed on Monday night sending a train into the water.
The Altamont Corridor Express train was traveling from San Jose to Stockton when it derailed in Sunol, about 45 miles east of San Francisco.
Officials with the Alameda County Fire Department say that train struck a tree that was laying in the tracks. The impact caused two cars to come off the tracks.
The lead car plunged into a creek leaving it partially submerged. There were about 20 people inside the car that submerged.
According to the Alameda County Fire Department, four people were seriously hurt while 10 only had minor injuries.
The train had 214 people aboard at the time of the derailment.
Passengers were taken by bus to their destinations.
Altamont Corridor Express announced on Twitter that they would be suspending all service on Tuesday.