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Sydney’s peak-hour commute is plunged into ‘complete chaos’ on trains

Sydney’s peak-hour commute is plunged into ‘complete chaos’ with city train stations ‘dangerously packed’ after a fatality and a fire

  • Commuters leaving work on Wednesday dealing with chaos at train stations 
  • A fatality and bushfires are the cause behind the transport delays 
  • Fire at Holsworthy has suspended trains between East Hills and Glenfield 

Sydney’s peak-hour commute has been plunged into ‘complete chaos’ on Wednesday afternoon, causing city train stations to become ‘dangerously packed’.

A bushfire and a death caused the havoc, which has left hundreds of commuters packed onto platforms in the city’s train stations. 

A fire near the tracks at Holsworthy in the south west has suspended services between East Hills and Glenfield in both directions. 

Sydney’s peak-hour commute has been plunged into ‘complete chaos’ on Wednesday afternoon, causing city train stations to become ‘dangerously packed’ 

A bushfire and a death caused the havoc, which has left hundreds of commuters packed onto platforms in the city's train stations

A bushfire and a death caused the havoc, which has left hundreds of commuters packed onto platforms in the city’s train stations 

Bus companies are currently being recruited to ease the congestion by replacing rail services. 

Rural New South Wales Fire Service is on site at the grass fire at Holsworthy. 

The train delays are affecting the airport train line and commuters have reported ‘chaos’ at central station. 

Wynyard Station is also reportedly too ‘dangerously’ packed to allow people on the platforms. 

 

 

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