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Peak-hour services remain suspended between Caulfield and Moorabbin on the Frankston line after two separate fatalities today
Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman Lauren Novak said the two elderly men were found dead on arrival.
The death of the first man, believed to be aged in his 80s, is not being treated as suspicious.
His body was found near Edithvale at 1.10pm.
Victoria Police spokeswoman Nicole Poynton said police were investigating the second man's death, which happened about 4pm near McKinnon station.
He is believed to have been aged in his 60s.
"A confirmed male believed to be aged in his 60s died at the scene. At this stage, the inquiries are ongoing. Things remain open until they can make a determination the other way."
Metro spokesman Daniel Hoare said significant peak hour delays were expected.
"We anticipate significant delays and heavy congestion at our stations, so please consider deferring travel or making alternate arrangements if possible."
Services on the Frankston line are not expected to be restored until about 8pm.
This article first appeared on www.theage.com.au
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