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Public Transport Safety Bureau (PTSB) investigators are on the scene after a pedestrian was hit by a train at Stirling in the Adelaide Hills.
Police said the incident happened just after 8:30am behind Stonehenge Reserve on Stonehenge Avenue.
They said emergency services were on the scene along with the PTSB, which is investigating the circumstances behind the incident.
Passenger trains to the Adelaide Hills stopped beyond Belair in the late 1980s but freight trains travel the route regularly.
The Melbourne-bound Overland also travels the route weekday morning.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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