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Services resume on Joondalup Line

North-bound services on the Joondalup Line were suspended for approximately 40 minutes this afternoon, after an incident at Glendalough Station.

Services were disrupted around 2.20pm today, when a man became caught between a moving train and the platform.

The train had already closed its doors and was leaving the station when the man approached, appeared to strike the train, and then slipped.

He was dragged for about 50 metres and fell from the edge of the platform onto the side of the tracks.

He was treated at the scene and taken away in an ambulance.

The PTA is investigating the circumstances surrounding this incident.

South-bound services were not affected.

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