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A MAN killed by a train in Sydney's west six weeks ago has still not been identified, police said today.
The man died instantly when he fell from a platform at Petersham Station into the path of a train on October 12.
He was described as of Asian appearance, 160-170cm tall, slim build with brown eyes, a round face and short, black hair.
He was wearing white running shoes, a white long-sleeved collared shirt and blue jeans with a black belt and silver buckle.
The death was not treated as suspicious.
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