Trains in and out of major London train station cancelled following ‘incident’

Commuters are facing serious disruption during this morning’s rush hour (Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire)

Commuters are facing serious disruptions after someone was hit by a train forcing Euston to cancel journeys.

The person was struck on the tracks between Watford Junction and Bushey stations.

All mainline services, including to and from Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, have been suspended in and out of Euston Station.

National Rail said: ‘Emergency services dealing with an incident between Watford Junction and Bushey means trains running between Watford Junction and London Euston these stations may be severely delayed by up to 60 minutes or revised.’

They added the disruptions are expected to last until 10am.

Euston Station wrote on X: ‘Mainline services are suspended in and out of Euston. This is due to the emergency services attending an incident.

‘Disruption is likely to last into the morning.’

A number of severe delays have also been reported across Transport for London.

This includes the DLR and the Piccadilly Line.

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