UK train line reopens after report of incident - rail operator | Reuters

LONDON A British train line which had briefly closed as emergency services investigated a reported incident in High Wycombe, 30 miles west of London, has reopened, the local rail operator said on Tuesday. 'Following the emergency services dealing with an incident both lines have reopened through High Wycombe but some trains may still be delayed,' Chiltern Railways said in a tweet. Thames Valley Police said that the station in High Wycombe had reopened after there had been reports of a 'suspicious incident', saying that no offences had been committed.

Reuters May 30, 2017 22:08:56 IST
UK train line reopens after report of incident - rail operator
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UK train line reopens after report of incident  rail operator
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LONDON A British train line which had briefly closed as emergency services investigated a reported incident in High Wycombe, 30 miles west of London, has reopened, the local rail operator said on Tuesday.

"Following the emergency services dealing with an incident both lines have reopened through High Wycombe but some trains may still be delayed," Chiltern Railways said in a tweet.

Thames Valley Police said that the station in High Wycombe had reopened after there had been reports of a "suspicious incident", saying that no offences had been committed. (Reporting by Alistair Smout, editing by Andy Bruce)

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