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Sydney Trains are experiencing delays on a number of their services this morning after a level crossing was reportedly vandalised.
According to updates shared via Twitter, a level crossing appeared to have been pulled down or broken in Fairfield which had caused delays for commuters travelling across numerous Sydney train services this morning.
"Due to vandalism of a level crossing at Fairfield, some services are delayed. Trains may have changed stopping patterns," an update from T2 Trains read. "Staff are working to complete repairs asap.
"Please check real-time apps for specific service info or send us a message and we'll help you out."
Delays are currently being experienced on the City to Parramatta or Leppington, Parramatta or Leppington to City, Leppington to Richmond and Richmond to Leppington lines.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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