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East Midlands Trains running as normal after Storm Doris disruption

East Midland Trains faced heavy disruption during the storm Credit: PA

East Midlands Trains is today (24 February) running a full timetable, following yesterday's widespread disruption caused by Storm Doris.

Customers with tickets for yesterday can use them today or get a full refund after many trains were either cancelled or delayed.

High winds caused damage to the overhead wires on the London route while other services were also subject to speed restrictions and other incidents, such as trees coming down onto railway lines.

Jake Kelly, Managing Director for East Midlands Trains, said:

We know customers had very disrupted journeys.

We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused and we also thank our customers for their patience.

– East Midlands Trains, Jake Kelly

The news comes as London Midland and Arriva Trains Wales announce they are still suffering with problems a day after Storm Doris.

Read More: Train services suffer aftermath of Storm Doris

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Bail granted to man, 96, charged with wife's murder

Jack Tindall,92, was granted unconditional bail Credit: Rui Vieira PA Archive/PA Images

A 96-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murdering his 92-year-old wife.

Ernestine Tindall was found dead at the couple's home in Perlethorpe in Nottinghamshire on August 3 last year.

Jack Tindall of Tuxford Road, Boughton, Nottinghamshire appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Tuesday and was granted unconditional bail.

He will next appear in court on June 9.

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Long delays on M1 southbound after collision

Credit: @DerbyRoadPolice

There are long delays on the M1 between j28 (Mansfield) and j27 (Langley Mill) because of a collision. Two lanes are currently closed and emergency services are at the scene.

Man dies following collision in Nottingham

A man has died following a collision on Gregory Boulevard in Nottingham earlier today. Credit: PA

A man has died following a collision on the A6130 Gregory Boulevard in Nottingham earlier today.

The road was closed in both directions between Radford Road and B682 Sherwood Rise whilst police were on the scene.

Officers are now urging anyone who witnessed the collision to come forward.

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