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IrelandMan arrested after trespassing onto train tracks in city centre during rush hour

09:05  16 july  2019
09:05  16 july  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

Two hospitalised and three arrested following incident in Dublin City Centre

Two hospitalised and three arrested following incident in Dublin City Centre 0

GO commuters were shocked as a street person chose a busy set of GO Train tracks to stretch out and relax during the Tuesday evening rush hour . Anybody who sees somebody trespassing on railway property is asked to call GO Transit’s 24- hour dispatch centre at 1-877-297-0642.

A man was arrested in Hong Kong over the weekend after CCTV footage captured him pushing a railway worker off a train platform and onto the tracks . On Saturday morning, the 59-year-old railway worker stopped on the platform to talk to a colleague across the tracks in Hong Kong’s Yuen Long

Man arrested after trespassing onto train tracks in city centre during rush hour © Instagram: ojda013

A man has been arrested following a trespass between Tara Street and Connolly train stations in the city centre.

A source told Dublin Live that the train they were on near Connolly Station was stopped for '15-20 minutes' during peak rush hour commuting times while the situation was dealt with by authorities.

Irish Rail took to Twitter to confirm the incident had been dealt with. They said: "Delays to DART and Commuter through city centre following trespass between Tara Street and Connolly. Line clear, services have resumed."

A spokeswoman for An Garda Siochana confirmed to Dublin Live that the man had been arrested.

She said: "Gardai attended an incident at Connolly Train Station on the 15 July 2019. A male (age unknown at this time) was arrested and detained at Store St Garda station."

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