Update, Monday morning:
The Santa Cruz Sentinel reported the person killed when a train struck a sedan in Pajaro on Sunday afternoon was a 45-year-old woman who lived in a mobile home park near the crash site.
Her daughter was driving the car and the daughter's three children were in the backseat at the time of the collision, according to the Sentinel.
The Union Pacific freight train was westbound when the collision occurred. According to a report in the Register Pajaronian, the train's engineer sounded the whistle when he saw the Honda Civic stopped on the tracks. The driver tried to reverse, but didn't move in time.
The driver is 27. Her children range in age from 2-13, according to the Register Pajaronian.
One person was killed and another seriously injured following a crash involving a train and a sedan Sunday, authorities said.
The crash near San Juan Road and Alison Lane was reported about 4 p.m., a California Highway Patrol dispatcher told Patch.
According to the CHP Incident Log, the car ended up atop the train.
A dispatcher told Patch that one person was airlifted with serious injuries to a trauma center and three others in the car were also injured.
The log indicated that one person had scrapes to the right side of the neck and right leg pain; two others had ankle pain.