Trains disrupted through St Albans after person hit by train near Bedford

PUBLISHED: 17:58 04 January 2018 | UPDATED: 18:03 04 January 2018

A train goes past houses in St Albans

A train goes past houses in St Albans

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Trains are being disrupted through St Albans this evening.

This has been caused by a person being hit by a train near Bedford.

Although all lines are now open, problems are expected until 8pm with services delayed by 15 minutes or cancelled.

Instead tickets may be used on UNO Buses route 602 between St Albans and Hatfield and route 601 between St Albans and Welwyn Garden City, or Arriva Bus routes 300 and 301 between St Albans and Hatfield.

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