Trains to and from two of London’s busiest stations had been seriously disrupted after a person used to be hit by a train at Clapham Junction.
It is assumed the incident came about on platform 13 round 9.20am.
Southern, Gatwick Express and Thameslink services and products from Victoria had been set to be disrupted till 12pm.
South Western Railway trains may well be affected till 2pm.
Govia Thameslink suggested consumers to “delay travelling in this area until later if possible.”
They added: “A person has been hit by a train between London Victoria and East Croydon.
“As a end result of this, trains are recently not able to run between those stations and will probably be cancelled or behind schedule. This is anticipated till 12:00.
“Services are recently at a stand in this house and no trains are in a position to run.”
South Western Railway mentioned: “The emergency services and products are coping with an incident between Wimbledon and Vauxhall.
“As congestion has constructed up in the world, trains will probably be behind schedule by as much as 30 mins, cancelled or revised. Some trains can also be not able to name at Clapham Junction.”
A British Transport Police spokesman mentioned: “‘Officers had been known as to Clapham Junction station at 09.23am this morning following reviews of a casualty at the tracks.
“Paramedics additionally attended and unfortunately a person has been pronounced lifeless on the scene.
“Officers are actually running to spot them and tell their circle of relatives.
“The incident isn’t being handled as suspicious and a record will probably be ready for the coroner.”
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson mentioned: “We had been known as at 8:54am lately to Clapham Junction railway station, to reviews of an incident.
“We dispatched an incident reaction officer, a medic in a reaction car and two ambulance crews to the scene. We additionally dispatched London’s Air Ambulance and our hazardous house reaction group (HART).
“Sadly, a person used to be pronounced lifeless on the scene.”