A person hit by a train between Broxbourne and Bishops Stortford

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Following a person being hit by a train earlier between Broxbourne and Bishops Stortford all lines have now reopened.

Impact:
Train services running through these stations are returning to normal but some services will still be cancelled, delayed or revised. Normal services will be provided as soon as possible.

Customer Advice:
Train services between Liverpool Street and Broxbourne, Bishops Stortford, Stansted Airport and Cambridge have been disrupted due to a person hit by a train earlier. Emergency services have finished their investigation and are clear off the tracks and all lines have reopened. Trains are returning to normal however there may be delays alterations and cancellations occurring until further notice.
Passengers travelling to Stansted Airport and Cambridge may continue to travel via Kings Cross to Cambridge and vice versa. Passengers to Stansted Airport may also travel via Kings Cross to Cambridge and from Cambridge please travel on Cross Country or Greater Anglia local services to Stansted Airport. Please allow extra time for your journey.
Greater Anglia tickets will still be accepted on London Underground services via any reasonable route between Liverpool Street and Kings Cross and Moorgate.
A very limited rail replacement bus service is still in operation between between Broxbourne and Bishops Stortford.

Greater Anglia and Network Rail are sorry if your journey has been affected by this disruption.

Specific train service alterations are available here:

http://www.journeycheck.com/greateranglia/

Advance purchase tickets holders will be allowed to travel on earlier or later trains if their booked service is cancelled.

If your journey with us has been delayed by 15 minutes or more, you may be entitled to compensation for a portion of your fare. Please visit http://www.greateranglia.co.uk/about-us/our-performance/delay-repay for details

An explanation of the common causes of delays - and what we're doing to reduce their frequency and impact can be found here:

http://www.networkrail.co.uk/timetables-and-travel/delays-explained/