Dart service suspended for 40 minutes due to brawl on train

Train stopped following fight between five people on northbound train after 9.30pm

Dart service resumed at 10.10pm.

Dart service resumed at 10.10pm.


Dublin’s Dart services were suspended for 40 minutes in both directions on Sunday night due to a brawl, understood to involve about five people, which broke out on a northbound train.

Iarnród Éireann spokesman Barry Kenny said the train was stopped at Salthill and Monkstown Dart Station shortly after 9.30pm when a passenger alerted the driver to fighting in a carriage.

All passengers not involved in the incident were evacuated from the carriage and the gardaí attended the scene. Trains resumed at 10.10pm.