Service resumes following incident on tracks
Irish Rail commuters are experiencing major delays this morning after a man fell from the overhead lines onto the train tracks.
Services have been suspended from Bray to Greystones due to a garda request.
Emergency services are attending to the injured person at the scene.
Dublin Bus are accepting rail tickets from commuters to and from Greystones this morning.
An Irish Rail spokesperson told Independent.ie that the injury was caused during a trespass incident.
It is understood the man had broken both his legs when he fell onto the tracks from the supports for the overhead wires.
Services suspended Bray to Greystones, emergency service attending injured person on line. Dublin Bus accepting rail tkts to/from Greystones— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) September 8, 2015
DART services between Bray and Greystones are suspended due to Gardai request. Dublin bus will accept rail tickets at present on this line.— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) September 8, 2015
Update: Gardai have since announced that services between Bray and Greystones have resumed.
Co. Wiclow: Rail service between Bray and Greystones has resumed following an earlier incident.— Garda Info (@gardainfo) September 8, 2015
However, delays are still expected.