Man killed by train near Huntingdon railway station
A MAN was killed when he was hit by a train near Huntingdon Railway Station today (Tuesday). Trains were delayed from King s Cross and stopped altogether at Huntingdon Railway Station travelling on towards Peterborough. A spokesman for British Transport P
A MAN was killed when he was hit by a train near Huntingdon Railway Station today (Tuesday).
Trains were delayed from King's Cross and were stopped altogether at Huntingdon railway station, with no services going on towards Peterborough.
A spokesman for British Transport Police said the incident had been reported at just after 4pm. Paramedics pronounced the man dead at the scene.
"The incident is being treated as non-suspicious. Investigations are currently ongoing to establish his identity and how he came to be on the tracks," said a spokesman.
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First Capital Connect warned delays to train services and the use of replacement bus services would continue into the evening.
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