After a person was hit by a train, National Rail is likely to experience “major difficulties.”
After a person was hit by a train, NATIONAL RAIL has warned that rail services are facing “severe interruptions.”
Today’s trains between London Paddington and Slough are expected to be delayed.
The incident occurred about 9 p.m., and the victim’s health is unknown at this time.
According to a map supplied by National Rail, the incident occurred between Ealing Broadway and Action Main Line.
“All lines are halted due to emergency services dealing with an incident at Slough,” Great Western Railway tweeted.
“Services that pass through this station may be canceled, delayed, or rescheduled.”
“Disruption is predicted to last until 2300.”
Since the incident, all lines have reopened, but National Rail expects “major disruptions” until the end of the day.
According to National Rail, Great Western Railway routes between London Paddington and Oxford, Great Malvern, Hereford, Worcester Foregate Street, Bristol Temple Meads, Swansea, Plymouth, and Penzance were impacted.
“There is always someone to talk to if you’ve been touched by what happened on the network today,” National Rail posted on their website.
“For a confidential chat, call the Samaritans on 116 123 from any phone.”
Customers who have been inconvenienced by the disruption could take Reading bus route 704, where their tickets will be accepted.
They can also use their tickets to go around London on the tube.
Slough, Windsor, and Eton Central are currently served by replacement buses.
At 11:35 p.m., TfL Rail ticket acceptance was revoked.