Central Coast Railway deaths
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From: Satria Dyer-Darmawan
Dear Sydney Trains,
I am a journalist at Central Coast Newspapers and am hoping you are able to assist me with some information.
A few hours ago, an elderly man was killed by a train at Woy Woy.
I would like to know how many people have died in the past 15 years on Railway lines on the Central Coast.
More specifically, I am interested in knowing about cases of people who have been hit by trains, whether it be by suicide, or accident.
If you could include cause of death (eg car crash, suicide), age (if possible), name of station, and date and time, and gender that would be extremely beneficial.
Thank you for your email.
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