Peak Hour Delays After Station Death
Train services are slowly returning to normal between Epping and Hornsby in Sydney's west following a fatality at Pennant Hills train station.
Police were called to Pennant Hills train station at about 7am on Tuesday morning, following reports of a fatality. Police are not treating the death as suspicious.
Train services passing the station are slowly resuming after hours of delays during peak-hour. There is currently a shuttle service train between Epping and Strathfield in operation. Buses replaced all services on the T9 train line between 7am and 9am.
Passengers are being advised to allow additional travel time as stopping patterns and train times may change sporadically throughout the day.
Police have not released the identity of the person who died to the public. 10 daily understand police remain on scene at Pennant Hills train station.
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