N.I. railway line reopens after 'tragic incident'

The railway line has since reopened. (Library Image)
The railway line has since reopened. (Library Image)
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A stretch of railway line in Northern Ireland has reopened after what authorities described as a "tragic incident".

Translink announced the closure of the line between Bangor and Lanyon Place on social media on Monday afternoon.

The line has since reopened and Translink is warning customers to expect knock-on delays and disruption.

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