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  • "I used to live in Shenfield and there were plenty of places you could get on the tracks. It isn't just a matter of being able to claim back part of the cost of your journey. Being delayed with thousands of angry commuters who are all trying to get home or somewhere else, many of whom have children to collect (or pay a premium to the nursery) and a whole range of other commitments. When someone decides to top themseves (assuming this wasn't an accident) then they are causing misery to thousands of people, not just the driver, their own families, but every other person caught up in the mess. The crowds at Liverpool Street station last Friday when one train announced it was actually going could easily have caused harm with the amount of people scrambling to get down the platform and onto a seat. Very unpleasant and caused by (I'm so sorry to say) one person's selfish act. There are other ways."
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Greater Anglia trains delayed after person hit by train

Chelmsford Weekly News: Greater Anglia trains delayed after person hit by train Greater Anglia trains delayed after person hit by train

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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