UPDATE: Train line fully reopen after lorry crash at Foxton level crossing

11:12 30 January 2014

The line has fully reopened following the crash at Foxton level crossing

The line has fully reopened following the crash at Foxton level crossing

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The Great Northern line has fully reopened after a lorry hit the barriers at Foxton level crossing this morning (Thursday).

The incident occurred at around 10.10am, blocking the line.

Train operator First Capital Connect (FCC) has now tweeted: “GN #Foxton - Lines have now re-opened. Residual delays and alterations are expected whilst services recover.”

At 11.45am FCC added: “Delays of up to 45 minutes between Letchworth Garden City and Cambridge until further notice #Foxton”.

Update 2.45pm: FCC say trains services are now running normally.

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