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c2c service disrupted between Barking and Upminster due to trespasser on track in East Ham

PUBLISHED: 10:18 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 10:54 21 August 2018

Services between Barking and Fenchurch Street face delays because of an object on overhead wires. Picture: c2c

Services between Barking and Fenchurch Street face delays because of an object on overhead wires. Picture: c2c

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C2c trains between Barking and Upminster were temporarily suspended this morning after a man was found on the line in East Ham.

The line is back up running but currently has delays following the incident just after 8am.

A spokesman for British Transport Police said: “Officers were called to East Ham station shortly after 8am this morning following a concern for the welfare of a man.

“Police attended and a man has been detained.

“Train services are now able to resume.”

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