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A death at Pennant Hills train station this morning caused “chaos” and “pandemonium” for commuters.
Passengers travelling on the T9 Northern Line were told to exit trains and wait for alternative means of transport.
Passengers were told services on the T9 Northern Line heading towards Central via Epping and Strathfield would terminate at Hornsby.
Shuttle buses then ferried passengers between Hornsby and Epping.
Pennant Hills station was reopened by 8.30am, a spokesman from Transport NSW told news.com.au. However, flow on delays may affect services and stopping patterns may change at short notice.
Tragically, police told news.com.au a person died by suicide at Pennant Hills train station.
Passengers queue on the platform at Pennant Hills station. Picture: 7 NewsPassengers were advised to allow extra travel time, as buses supplemented train services between Hornsby and Epping on the T9 line.
Commuters are advised to check indicator boards and listen to guard announcements.
This article first appeared on www.weeklytimesnow.com.au
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