Person hit by train on Great Northern line at Arlesey
- Credit: Archant
A person has been hit by a train on the Great Northern line at Arlesey this morning.
Great Northern has now said on its website: “Unfortunately a person has been hit by a train on the lines between Peterborough and Stevenage, and this has resulted in major disruption for trains travelling between Peterborough and London Kings Cross.
In an update to earlier information, Great Northern tweeted: “Due to the emergency services dealing with an incident between Peterborough and Hitchin all lines are blocked.
Disruption for commuters on the line from London King’s Cross up to Peterborough is currently expected until 11am.
Tickets are being accepted on alternative lines:
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Great Northern had earlier tweeted that all lines were blocked between Stevenage and Huntingdon while the incident was being investigated.