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Trains have resumed after morning commuters on two of southeast Queensland train lines experienced heavy delays after an emergency services incident.
TransLink said the Ipswich and Springfield lines were suspended in both directions between Indooroopilly and Sherwood stations, causing 60-minute delays, but have since resumed.
Delays of up to 30 minutes remain.
The incident has caused widespread delays for trains coming through the city, after services were forced to be re-routed on to the Gold Coast line.
It has caused major congestion, with Gold Coast commuters also facing delays.
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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