A car has broken through a fence and barrelled onto the tracks of a Sydney train station.
The car reportedly crashed through a carpark fence on Park Rd and landed on the westbound track near Auburn train station about 9.20am on Wednesday.
Wild photos show the blue car tilted at an angle after crashing through a fence, tree scrub, and a second barrier before nosing the edge of the train tracks.
The car crashed into a fence and nosed down towards the tracks. Picture: NineCommuters faced up to 20-minute delays. Picture: Nine
The male driver and sole occupant of the vehicle suffered minor injuries.
Commuters travelling on the Inner west & Leppington Line faced delays of up to 20 minutes as crews worked to remove the car.
Allow up to an 10 minutes extra travel time due to a vehicle near the track at Auburn. Stops and platforms may change at short notice.
Please listen for announcements and check information screens before getting on trains. pic.twitter.com/cQDexbwd2y
— T2 Sydney Trains (@T2SydneyTrains) May 17, 2023
“Stops and platforms may change at short notice,” a tweet from Sydney Trains at about 9.45am said.
Service delays remained until just after 1pm once the car was removed from the scene.
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