A woman who has been missing since Tuesday was found after being hit by a light rail train.
Alice Alspektor, 66, was found on Wednesday after she survived being hit by a train as she walked across the tracks.
On Tuesday, Alspektor was reported missing from her home on Edison Avenue and authorities were concerned with her safety as she had been diagnosed with dementia.
Chauncy Vin, who witnessed the incident said that Alspektor didnt appeared to notice the train even though the driver was honking his horn. The light train was entering the I-80/Watt Avenue stop around 6:30 on Wednesday.
"She walked out in front of the train. It hit her. She got sucked right underneath it. Dragged her for a little while," Vin told ABC News 10.
The supervisor said that the cattle rail caught her and she was pulled under the train.
Sacramento firefighters needed to use hydraulic jacks to lift the front train car to get Alspektor out. She was taken to the UC Davis Medical Center where she was speaking, but is considered to be in critical condition.