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  • "Bhudeeka, I don't feel that sorry for the suicides, feeling far sorrier for the drivers, but accidents CAN happen, and we shouldn't be too quick to judge. Perhaps a more important question is why there are so many places where people can access the tracks - when I was commuting we were once delayed for ages by a bunch of youths who had managed to get on the line, somewhere just after Shenfield, if I remember correctly."
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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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