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Australia Man trapped under train in Sydney's south

09:25  26 february  2020
09:25  26 february  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

Sydney-to-Melbourne train derails north of Melbourne

  Sydney-to-Melbourne train derails north of Melbourne The train came off the rails about 7.50pm, with emergency services at the scene.The Sydney to Melbourne XPT train derailed about 7.50pm.

The train was stopped at Wolli Creek, in southern Sydney , at 9.15am on Monday. A young girl has been rescued from underneath a Sydney train by three hero passengers after slipping through Three men climbed under the train to save her. Dramatic footage filmed by an onlooker showed a group

Sydney , the largest city in Australia, has an extensive network of passenger and freight railways. The passenger system includes an extensive suburban railway network, operated by Sydney Trains

a store front at day: A man was rushed to St George Hospital after being hit by a train. © James Brickwood/Sydney Morning Herald A man was rushed to St George Hospital after being hit by a train.

A man has suffered serious injuries after being struck by a train in Sydney's south this afternoon.

The man suffered a fractured leg, pelvic injuries and a head injury after being hit by a passenger train in Caringbah just after 2pm.

Emergency personnel worked to free his leg from under the train.

The man, in his 20s, has been taken to St George Hospital in a serious condition.

A NSW Police spokesperson told 9News they do not know why the man was on the train tracks.

The accident caused delays on the Cronulla line for more than an hour.

"Due to a person injured by a train at Caringbah, some services are experiencing delays and may have changed stopping patterns," Sydney Trains tweeted.

Rail replacement buses took passengers between Sutherland and Cronulla.

The service has now resumed.

https://twitter.com/T4SydneyTrains/status/1232533188951629826

NSW Police hunting fake cop after Town Hall Station approach .
Police in Sydney are hunting a man who approached a woman at a train station and told her he was an undercover officer. The man followed the woman through Town Hall Station about 10.30pm on Sunday, December 1.The man then asked the woman to help him with a drug smuggling investigation.He showed her a fake police badge.Police have now released footage of the man walking through the busy underground train station.He is described as of Asian appearance, about 170cm tall and with a slim build.He was wearing a long-sleeved black shirt, backpack, and white-rimmed glasses.Impersonating a police officer is a crime.

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