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Rush Hour

Trains running again on Maynooth line after man struck and killed

Services are running behind schedule.

Updated 5.58pm 

TRAINS TO AND from the Dublin city centre have been affected after a man was struck by a train and killed.

Services have been resumed and will be stopping at Coolmine station near Blanchardstown where the tragic incident occurred.

Emergency services are still at the scene after the incident happened at about 3pm this afternoon.

Three units of Dublin Fire Brigade – an ambulance, district officer and fire tender – all attended the scene earlier this afternoon.

Read: Passengers evacuated from train in Dublin after fire breaks out in engine >

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