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EUSTON: London train station suffers severe delays as man ‘falls from bridge’

There were no trains running in or out of the major London travel hub.

Emergency services rushed to the scene – cordoning off the area.

The circumstances surrounding the man’s fall from the bridge remain unclear.

Train services have now resumed – but many face hours of delays in order get a guarenteed seat.

Thousands of passengers remain stuck in “hot as hell” Euston station.

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DELAYS: Thousands of passengers are stuck in London Euston in the heat

“We were told in Euston from the customer service desk that someone had fallen from a bridge”

Carla Callaghan

National Rail have claimed delays are expected until 9pm.

It Tweeted: “Delays to and from London Euston expected until 21:00.”

Many have complained that air-conditioning is either not working or faulty throughout the station and the temperature is “unbearable”.

Commuters took to Twitter to slam Virgin Trains for calling the individual on the tracks a “tresspasser” after being told by station staff the person had fallen.

Virgin Trains Tweeted: “Due to Trespassers on the tracks just north of London Euston, all lines are currently blocked. Further updates to follow.”

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HOT AS HELL: Passengers stuck in Euston station are frustrated at mounting delays

Carla Callaghan responded: “We were told in Euston from the customer service desk that someone had fallen from a bridge. Incredibly insensitive tweet @VirginTrains if this is the case.”

Virgin have since given an update on the situation: “Trespassers have now been removed from the tracks and lines have now reopened. Residual delays are expected.”

More disgruntled passengers are complaining on social media about the delays.

“Another almighty s***storm at Euston. Worst station in the world,” wrote Steve Thomson.

Severe delays are predicted even when trains resume – with no time estimate currently in place.

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