After a woman "amazingly" survived being struck by a BART train at Glen Park this morning, the station now reopened. What happened, exactly, you ask? Well: "A train operator pulling into the station at about 8:50 a.m. noticed someone on the tracks and immediately hit the 'stop' button," reports SF Appeal. "The train, which was traveling at about 35 mph, took several seconds to stop, he said. Seven train cars rolled over the woman, who apparently survived by lying between the rails." Whew. Close call.