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A driver has ploughed through a fence and ended up on train tracks in Sydney's south, causing significant delays for commuters on the T4 line.
The woman landed on the tracks at Penshurst about 9am on Wednesday after crashing through a fence, causing delays on the T4 line, City Rail tweeted.
"MAJOR DELAYS due to a vehicle on the tracks at Penshurst. Trains are running but delayed significantly. Allow extra travel time," City Rail said.
Paramedics have treated the woman driver who's been taken to St George hospital, a NSW Ambulance spokesman told AAP.
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