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    Boris wrote:
    I agree with both the above. Yes, it is selfish of a suicidal person to choose this method, because in many cases the driver will never drive a train again.
    But people planning suicide are mentally unstable, and you cannot expect them to act with consideration for others.
    It seems to be so common these days, and every story like this will encourage someone else to do the same. I wonder if drivers are now getting used to the idea that, once or twice in their working lives, something like this will happen, and there is no reason for them to feel guilt.
    As for the delays to train passengers, they can all claim full refunds if delayed for over 60 minuites, and let's face it, if you went by road you would be just as likely to be delayed by some random accident. It's just one of those things that can happen at any time.
    We must still respect the person who died, for s/he must have been suffering unimaginable torment. And, as wardyt says, it may not have been suicide at all.
    You are correct Boris, but it's happening far too often now, even if they were 'accidents'."
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Greater Anglia trains delayed after person hit by train

Greater Anglia trains delayed after person hit by train

Greater Anglia trains delayed after person hit by train

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Greater Anglia services between Essex and London are subject to delays and cancellations after a person was hit by a train.

The train operator first reported the incident at Seven Kings station on its Twitter account shortly before 9.30am.

A 51-year-old man, Neil Roeper, died after he was hit by a train at the same location one week ago.

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