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Trains in and out of Hull cancelled due to ‘ongoing police incident’ – live updates
2022-03-15 08:33:00
Hull train passengers are experiencing significant disruption to their commutes this morning, with trespassers on the line. The trespassers are on the line between Hull and Brough and have brought to a complete standstill all scheduled trains due to travel through this area this morning. Police are attending the incident. The disruption began shortly after 7am, with Network Rail posting on social media: “NEW: Trains between #Hull and Brough may be delayed whilst the police deal with an incident.” For the latest traffic and travel news in Hull and East Yorkshire, click here. An update from Network Rail at 8.08am confirmed that road transport has been requested to replace sd cancelled services. Hull Trains have said disruption is expected to last until 9.30am: “Due to trespassers on the railway at #Hull, trains running to and from this station may be cancelled or delayed. “Disruption is expected until 09:30. “Your journey may be affected. Please check before you travel.” Follow the blog below for live updates on this developing story: To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here 08:45Gregory FordArgyle Street closed at Hull Royal Infirmary Argyle Street has been closed near Hull Royal Infirmary from Anlaby Road to Londesborough Street.A report on traffic service Inrix said: “Argyle Street closed, queueing traffic due to incident from A1105 Anlaby Road to Londesborough Street.”Near Hull Royal Infirmary.”ShareComments08:31Ivan Morris PoxtonPolice confirm ongoing incident in Hull which ‘may cause traffic issues’Police have confirmed their attendance at an ongoing incident in Hull close to the railway, which “may cause traffic issues”.Humberside Police have said on Twitter: “Good morning, We currently have an ongoing incident on Argyle street, Hull. This may cause traffic issues in and around the area.”ShareComments08:29Ivan Morris PoxtonDisruption currently expected until 9.30amDelays and cancellations to trains are anticipated until 9.30am, according to a social media post by Hull Trains at 7.58am.The disruption appears to have lasted longer than anticipated.Earlier, a Twitter account run by Trans Pennine Express said at 7.32am that disruption was expected to last until 8.45am.Northern also warned of delays of 30 minutes at 7.16am and appeared to indicate that the incident first began close to the railway line in Hull: “Due to the police dealing with an incident near the railway at Hull the line is blocked.”Services running to and from this station will be cancelled or delayed by up to 30 minutes.” ShareComments

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