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MAN was struck and killed by a train at Camberwell in Melbourne's east this morning.
A WorkCover spokesman said initial reports suggested a man in his 40s, possibly a track maintenance worker, was struck by a train near Riversdale station, on the Alamein line, about 9.40am (AEST).
He said WorkCover inspectors were on their way to the scene.
Connex Trains spokeswoman Lea Jaensch (Lea Jaensch) said she could not confirm if the man was a track worker, but the company would hold its own investigation and was assisting police and WorkCover inspectors.
She said trains on the Alamein line had been replaced by buses running between Alamein and Camberwell stations.
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