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CityRail called on police to intervene yesterday when the driver of a city-bound Tangara stopped his train between stations for half an hour, complaining that a two-way radio was faulty.
The 2.03pm service from Macarthur to Circular Quay came to a halt between Tempe and Sydenham at 2.45pm when the driver discovered the radio in the rear compartment was not working, CityRail's spokeswoman, Jane Lavender, said last night. "He refused to take the train any further ... a few trains banked up behind it," she said.
Standard procedure called for the train to be taken to the next station, where passengers would be unloaded, before moving on to a maintenance yard for repairs, Ms Lavender said.
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