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SERVICES have returned to normal on the Gawler train line after a pedestrian was struck by a train at Elizabeth causing delays this morning.
Police and emergency services were called to Elizabeth Railway Station after reports a person was hit by a train on tracks near Mountbatten Square at 6.45am on Thursday.
The train driver and passengers were not injured but the driver was treated for shock.
Services between Gawler and Salisbury were suspended for a number of hours before reopening around 11.30am.
Major Crash investigators and Public Transport Safety Branch officers are investigating
This article first appeared on www.adelaidenow.com.au
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