Thameslink services disrupted after person hit by train

PUBLISHED: 18:21 02 February 2018 | UPDATED: 18:21 02 February 2018

A Thameslink train at Blackfriars

A Thameslink train at Blackfriars

Thameslink services have been disrupted after someone was hit by a train.

Emergency services are attending the incident between Wellingborough and Market Harborough, which is causing disruption between London St Pancras and the Midlands.

Trains may be delayed by up to five minutes.

Replacement buses are running between Kettering and Corby and Northampton, and customers are being pointed to CrossCountry and West Midlands Trains, Virgin Trains between London Euston and Birmingham New Street, and Virgin Trains East Coast between London Kings Cross and Doncaster.

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