As of tomorrow the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) will officially be opening a walk-in centre to help commuters involved in the train crash at Mountain View Station.
Mountain View although devoid of any commuters going in and out, remained a hive of activity as technical teams got underway with repair work.
Behind myriad of police tape cordoning off the entrance, men and women clad in yellow reflector vests could be seen watering and sweeping up the platform.
Work to hoist the damaged trains off the rail line could also be seen by midday.
Gauteng Rail spokesperson, Lillian Mofokeng, said the unforeseen rainy weather conditions had delayed the teams’ progress in the afternoon following the crash to clear the accident scene.