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Australia Huge delays on Sydney trains as a man is killed in a station west of the city

06:25  09 october  2019
06:25  09 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Sydney trains released a statement asking people to consider their travel options. 'Please continue to allow additional travel time due to a Fatality at Erskineville,' T4 Sydney Trains said in a tweet. 'Longer then usual waiting times are currently being experienced between Sydenham and Sutherland.'

Sydney Trains said the delays were due to signal equipment repairs at Ashfield in the city 's inner- west . But three hours later, the repairs impacted several Hour long delays are unacceptable when it happens so frequently,' another wrote. One added: ' Sydney Town Hall station a mess again.

A person has died after an incident at a train station in Sydney's inner west.

Commuters have been told to prepare for significant delays on train lines across Sydney after a person died at Erskineville train station.

Dozens of police and emergency services were spotted on the platform next to a parked train.

Passengers were forced to cram onto one platform on the opposite end of the station.

a train on a steel track: Commuters have been told to prepare for significant delays on train lines across Sydney after a person died at Erskineville train station© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Commuters have been told to prepare for significant delays on train lines across Sydney after a person died at Erskineville train station

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Massive peak hour train delays in Sydney as Town Hall station is evacuated Town Hall station was evacuated shortly before 7.30am on Tuesday morning Sydney Trains said issue was caused by a medical emergency in Erksinville later told the hold-up was sparked after a person suffered a spinal injury on a train in Erksinville.

Sydney 's train network was thrown into chaos this morning with major delays on several lines after a work car derailed near Circular Quay. Workers in a ute, which had been modified to drive on the rails, were inspecting the track early this morning when the vehicle derailed on the City Circle line between

'Please continue to allow additional travel time due to a Fatality at Erskineville,' T4 Sydney Trains said in a tweet.

'Longer then usual waiting times are currently being experienced between Sydenham and Sutherland.'

Shuttle buses are now running to ease delays.

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a group of people sitting at a train station: Passengers were forced to cram onto one platform on the opposite end of the station© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Passengers were forced to cram onto one platform on the opposite end of the station

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