Trains between Shenfield and London Liverpool Street delayed after passenger is taken ill at Ilford

11:09 07 August 2014


Trains running between Shenfield and London Liverpool Street are being delayed by up to 20 minutes.

This is due to a passenger being taken ill on a train earlier this morning at Ilford.

All lines are now open, but disruption is expected until 11.30am.

A spokesman for Greater Anglia said the company would like to thank commuters for their patience and understanding while the ill passenger was treated by the emergency services.

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