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A CAR which crashed through a fence onto tracks at Toongabbie this morning has been removed, but has caused chaos for many morning commuters, with a backlog of trains still seeing knock-on delays throughout the morning.
Police are currently at the scene and are continuing to investigate the crash.
Emergency services are at the scene. Picture: Brad BryenSydney Trains advises commuters on the Western line to allow extra travel time towards the city.
Many trains on the Western line continue to sit in standby with many other trains heading slowly past the site of the accident.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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