Great Northern rail delays until 9pm after person is hit by train

PUBLISHED: 18:00 06 November 2017

The sign at Welwyn Garden City train station. 
Commuters are facing disruption on the Great Northern line this evening.
Picture: Supplied

The sign at Welwyn Garden City train station. Commuters are facing disruption on the Great Northern line this evening. Picture: Supplied

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Great Northern rail users are facing disruption after a person was hit by a train.

Great Northern states online: “Emergency services have attended the incident between Harringay and Alexandra Palace and this has allowed lines to reopen.

“Trains between London King’s Cross/Moorgate and Stevenage may still be disrupted whilst services return to normal.

“Trains are expected to be delayed by up to 60 minutes, cancelled or revised.

“We anticipate disruption will continue until 21:00.”

Great Northern issued the following advice for customers: “Your ticket will be accepted on Greater Anglia, TfL Rail, and London Underground on any reasonable route.

“You may also use London Buses and Uno Buses on routes 657, 658, and 602 between Hatfield and St Albans.”

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