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Services ceased through the station at approximately 1pm this afternoon and remained suspended for around three hours.
Iarnrod Eireann tweeted: “All services are resuming through Harmonstown following earlier tragic incident, knock-on delays expected which should ease through the evening.”
Dublin Bus were accepting rail tickets during “significant delays” following the tragic incident earlier today.
DART services were running from Clontarf to Greystones and from Kilbarrack to Howth and Malahide while they were suspended through Harmonstown.
Irish Rail said in an earlier statement: “DART services are disrupted due to a tragic incident at Harmonstown.
“Emergency services are at the scene, but the line is expected to remain closed for some time. Dublin Bus are honouring rail tickets.
“DART services are operating between Clontarf Road to Greystones and Howth/Malahide to Kilbarrack only.
“Northern Commuter services are operating to and from Malahide only.
“Enterprise services are operating between Belfast and Drogheda only with road transfers to/from Connolly.
This article first appeared on www.thesun.ie
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