Trains running between Glasgow, Birmingham and London will be delayed until at least 1pm this afternoon after a person was hit by a train at Tile Hill.
The incident is causing delays of up to 60 minutes between Birmingham New Street and Coventry.
Services being affected by the accident include:
- CrossCountry services between Manchester Piccadilly and Bournemouth.
- London Midland services between Birmingham New Street and London Euston
- Virgin Trains between Glasgow Central / Edinburgh / Birmingham New Street and London Euston
CrossCountry services will be diverted and will not call at Birmingham International or Coventry. Passengers affected by the delays may use the following alternative routes:
- CrossCountry passengers may use their tickets on London Midland and Virgin Trains on reasonable routes.
- Virgin Trains passengers may use their tickets on Chiltern Railways on reasonable routes.
Further updates will be posted on the ITV Central website and Twitter page with the hashtag #TileHill.
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