Delays on Irish Rail after passenger suffers seizure on train
Irish Rail are warning customers of delays after a passenger suffered a seizure on board a train this morning.
The 5:30am Galway to Heuston train was delayed at Portarlington for 35 minutes as an ambulance was called to assist the sick passenger.
05:30 Galway Heuston has departed Portarlington 35mins late due to a medical emergency.— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) June 1, 2017
Due to a fire alarm going off in the building adjacent to Cobh Station, there is no access to the stations. Services currently suspended— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) June 1, 2017
The incident has been dealt with but Irish Rail are warning passengers that there may be some knock-on delays this morning.
Meanwhile in Cork, services were suspended in the Cobh station as a fire alarm is going off in a nearby building.
Irish Rail said that the station has now re-opened.
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