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A collision between two trucks working on repairing the Joondalup rail line has caused further congestion on the Mitchell Freeway heading into the city.
The crash happened this morning on the line between the Warwick Road and Hepburn Ave exits.
Drivers slowed down around the area to see what had happened, causing further traffic delays.
Yesterday, a Perth-bound train was forced to a halt near the Stirling Station just before 8:00 am when overhead power cables crashed onto its roof.
Passengers say they ducked as cables struck the carriage windows, causing them to crack.
As a result of the incident, the Joondalup line is still closed between Stirling and Whitfords stations.
The State Government says a full investigation will be conducted into what caused the power lines to fall.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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