Rail delays for Cambridgeshire commuters after someone is hit by a train

Train commuters faced delays today after reports of a train hitting a person.

National Rail has announced delays this afternoon on the Great Northern route between Ely/Kings Lynn and London Kings Cross and on the Tameslink between Cambridge and London Kings Cross/Brighton.

Great Northern and Thameslink trains have been affected.
Great Northern and Thameslink trains have been affected.

Lines between Cambridge and Roston have reopened following the previous incident where someone was hit by a train. Trains may be delayed up to 30 minutes or canceled while service recovers.

Turbulence is expected until 19:00.

A statement from the national rail company said: “Emergency services have attended and the track is now open for trains to run. However, a number of delays and adjustments will remain in effect while service is normalized.”

“You should check with our live flight planners before starting your trip, and allow at least 30 additional minutes to complete your trip.”

Passengers can use their tickets on:

  • Greater Anglia services between London Liverpool Street and Cambridge.
  • London Underground services from London Liverpool Street.
  • The Elizabeth Line between Liverpool Street and Farringdon.
  • CrossCountry between Cambridge and Peterborough and Ely.
  • East Midlands Railway, between Peterborough and Ely.

There are a limited number of rail replacement buses running between Hitchin – Royston – Cambridge

  • If you are affected by what happened on the net today, there is always someone to talk to. You can call Samaritans at 116123 from any phone for a confidential chat

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