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Passengers should expect short notice cancellations and delays until midnight tonight at Waterloo station following a person being hit by a train this morning between London Waterloo and Wimbledon.
National Rail have said that the delays were caused after a person was hit by a train at Wimbledon this morning.
Although lines have reopened, there are still delays of up to 40 minutes
There are also aterations and cancellations to trains between London Waterloo and Staines as crew are out of place from earlier disruption.
As well as the delays, trains between London Waterloo and Salisbury / Exeter are currently starting from and terminating at Basingstoke.
South West Trains have released a statement following the disruption to all South West Train services at London Waterloo this afternoon.
Delays continue into rush hour following this morning's rush hour chaos at London Waterloo.
There is disruption on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Surbition, between London Waterloo and Guildford and between London Waterloo and Woking after a person was hit by a train at Wimbledon.
Tickets are being accepted on TFL, First Great Western and Southern services.
All lines through Wimbledon station are currently blocked, and South West Trains do not yet have an estimate for when the line may reopen.
There are train delays for people travelling through London Waterloo after a person was hit by a train in the Wimbledon area.
Trains are piled up coming into the station and commuters are stuck trying to travel out of the station.