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TWO men who jumped from a commuter train travelling at 60km/h did so because it's believed the locomotive didn't stop at their station. The men - including a 19-year-old - jumped from the train travelling south on the Adelaide to Gawler line, between Broadmeadows Station and the Smithfield Interchange about 3.30pm.
One of the men, aged in his 20s, landed in a drain near Wilterna Cres, Smithfield and suffered head, arm and shoulder injuries and was rushed to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment. The 19-year-old had minor injuries and was arrested by Elizabeth police this afternoon for disorderly behaviour and resist arrest.
Train delays were expected while emergency services were on scene but a spokesman for Transport Minister Pat Conlon said buses were being organised to take passengers from the affected stations.
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