A woman has had a lucky escape after her car smashed through a concrete railway barrier.
Her car was left dangling precariously seven metres over the train tracks at Sefton Station in Sydney’s west after the Wednesday morning crash.
Trains on the T3 Bankstown Line were stopped while the New South Wales Fire and Rescue removed the car from over the railway lines.
The woman, aged in her 60s, suffered minor back pain and was treated at the scene by paramedics, Nine News reported.
She was able to make her own way out of the vehicle before emergency services arrived and stopped the car from falling onto the tracks.
The car was left halfway through the barrier – made of concrete panels – after hitting it from Wellington Road.
Some of the panels landed on the tracks and needed to be removed before train traffic could resume.
A NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia police attended the Wellington Road scene and are investigating the incident.
There are no current delays reported on the T3 Line.