Tomic quarter final at sydney international postponed after train crash
The Sydney International train crash has delayed the Sydney Cup final after a crash.
Key points: More than 20 passengers injured in crash after train breaks down in the south-western suburbs
Emergency services are still trying to confirm the names of the 21 people injured
The driver said to be a man was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury
“It has been a very traumatic week for all of us,” the player said.
An ambulance was called to Sydney International train station when a train carrying 20 passengers derailed at about 3:30am (AEST).
About 10 ambulances and three fire engines helped rush people to hospitals.
A driver of an Eastern Australian rail line said to be a man was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury.
Police refused to release the driver’s name in the early hours of Monday.
Australian Transport Safety Bureau officer Ken Smith said investigators would examine CCTV in order to establish the circumstances surrounding the accident.
He said police also wanted to speak with the person driving the train.
“This is a really sad incident,” he said.
“I would imagine that the player in question needs to be asked some questions about his behaviour, his vehicle and perhaps those questions, whether that’s right, whether that’s appropriate.”
It is believed nine of those injured, including five children, were taken to hospital.
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