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Train services from South Essex into London on c2c have been cancelled until at least 12 noon as a result of storm damage. Operator c2c had hoped trains would begin running again at 9am.
The 427 Benefield Road is closed both ways due to flooding between Causin Way (Lower Benefield) and Milton Road (Oundle).
The M11, southbound, is closed between junction eight at Bishop's Stortford and junction seven at Harlow due to an overturned lorry.
Train services from South Essex into London on c2c remain suspended this morning after storm damage. Operator c2c had hoped trains would begin running again at 9am.
Greater Anglia will not be running any services until at least 10am this morning due to high winds affecting areas across the network.
Replacement road transport will also not be available.
There is disruption on London Midland between London Euston and Northampton due to a fallen tree on the line at Bushey.
The A428 Bedford Road is closed both ways due to a fallen tree and flooding between A5123 Cheyne Walk and A45 Nene Valley Way / A5095 Rushmere Road (Barnes Meadow).
Greater Anglia has suspended all services, including Stansted Express trains, until at least 9am due to the storm sweeping parts of Britain.
The Cambridge Road is blocked in Essex due to a fallen tree between Bury Water Lane (Newport) and B1502 Sparrowsend Hill (Audley End).
There is flooding on the A43 at the A6900 / A6003 on the roundabout at Rockingham Road in Kettering.
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Most rush hours trains across the Anglia region have been cancelled until at least 9am as strong winds sweep in.
Hundreds of commuter train services have been cancelled in the morning rush hour on Monday because the storm warning.