Delays to Nottingham rail services after person hit by a train

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A person has been struck by a train between Derby and Chesterfield.

East Midlands Trains said:

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‘A person has been hit by a train between Derby and Chesterfield this is causing disruption on our London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield and Matlock/Nottingham/Newark Castle route.’

East Midlands Trains information below:

Updated Information 1120.

What has happened?

A person has been hit by a train between Derby – Chesterfield. This is disrupting our trains on the London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield and Matlock/Derby/Nottingham routes.

At present Police are on site and further Emergency Services are going to attend.

How does this affect my train?

Some of our trains on the route currently are unable to run.

Some of our trains to/from London St Pancras will be able to divert with extended journey times of up to 20 minutes.

Trains between Derby and Matlock will be replaced by buses until further notice.

At present we do not have an estimated time for the line reopening.

How do I get to where I need to be?

London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield route:

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Some of our trains to/from London St Pancras will be able to divert with extended journey times of up to 20 minutes.

Our trains are likely to experience extended delays or alterations. You should use alternative routes which will be most comfortable and quickest way to get where you need to be.

You may travel via the following alternative routes:

Customers travelling from Sheffield: You may travel to Doncaster where you should change for a train to London Kings Cross

Customers wishing to travel between Derby and Sheffield may travel via Nottingham

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