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Trains are running again on all lines through a western Sydney station, a week after a collapsed wall dumped tonnes of debris onto the tracks.
Workers at Harris Park station have removed more than 5000 tonnes of concrete debris from the retaining wall that gave way after heavy rain, Sydney trains operations director Tony Eid said on Monday.
Several platforms were also damaged but no one was injured.
About 170 staff worked around the clock to repair the damage and all normal operations resumed on Monday, Mr Eid said.
Problems with the retaining wall had been identified by Parramatta Council in December, opposition transport spokeswoman Penny Sharpe said at the time.
News Ltd reported that RailCorp, the body previously in charge of Sydney's trains, was alerted about the wall about six months ago.
The NSW government says an investigation into the incident is underway.
This article first appeared on news.ninemsn.com.au
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