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Angry Eurostar passengers have vented their frustrations on Twitter after an incident at Dagenham Docks station left hundreds of travellers stuck on trains that were not moving for more than two hours.
ITV News has learnt the delays were caused by a person on a bridge who was threatening to jump.
@eurostar I have spent £500 to get to the Alps for opening of the ski lifts. This is just not good enough.
Eurostar confirmed trains had slowly started moving again shortly after 11pm.
Eurostar trains have been suspended because of a trespasser on the UK part of the railway, the operator has said.
The incident near Dagenham Docks station is causing delays to services in and out of London St Pancras International. It is not known when services will resume.
The line in the UK remains closed and the authorities are at the scene, we will be able to provide ETAs once the lines reopen.
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A man who tried to climb onto the roof of a Eurostar train is fighting for his life in hospital after getting an electric shock from an overhead power line.
The Egyptian was reportedly trying to jump from one train to another at the Gare du Nord station in Paris when he suffered serious burns.
Eurostar said traffic was interrupted on Wednesday after an accident led to a power cut.
Eurostar has said it expects normal service to resume tomorrow but has warned passengers to expect trains to be "exceptionally busy".
Normal service should resume tomorrow following earlier problems, our apologies to everyone affected today. http://t.co/bW1qZkCOtB
It apologised to travellers for the disruption and said it was working through outstanding ticket changes.
A thank-you to all who've had contact with us today; not the easiest of days. However, we do anticipate a normalised service tomorrow 1/2
2/2 and trains will be exceptionally busy. Any outstanding ticket changes we're doing as soon as we're able. Back tomorrow at 07:00 UK BST.
Meanwhile Eurotunnel tweeted its services, which were also affected by the disruption, were now operating to schedule from the UK and from Calais.
Update: End of delays for Passengers travelling from Calais. The service is currently operating to schedule in both directions.^SC
Eurostar will be running a reduced service for the rest of today as striking French ferry workers who were blocking the Channel Tunnel have been cleared from the site.
A spokesman from Eurostar told ITV News that the following trains will run today:
St Pancras - Paris 9036 – 15.31 9040 – 16.22 9050 – 19.01 9054 – 20.01
Paris – St Pancras 9047 – 17.13 9053 – 18.43 9059 – 20.13 9063 – 21.13
St Pancras - Brussels 9140 – 15.04 9158 – 19.34
Brussels – St Pancras 9149 – 16.56 9161 – 19.52
Passengers with a ticket for these trains should arrive at the station as normal, allowing plenty of time for check-in.
Those who were booked onto a train cancelled today will need to rebook their ticket before travelling, through Eurostar.com
The P&O Ferries boss has launched a withering attack on the French and British government as well as Eurotunnel. P&O Ferries chief executive Helen Deeble blamed Eurotunnel for putting passengers in the middle of an industrial relations battle by not securing the jobs of workers involved.
Let me be clear: the buck stops with the French Government. They have shown that they can move swiftly to stop any disruption at the tunnel. But they have effectively abandoned any attempt to maintain security at the port of Calais, which makes a nonsense of European co-operation.
And when is the British Government going to stand up to ensure that we can all get to mainland Europe safely and securely? Every day that the disruption lasts costs UK Plc millions of pounds.
A blockade by striking ferry workers in Calais has left "the local environment is in chaos ... there is gridlock", according to a Eurotunnel spokesman.
He said that in recent days the pattern of migrant activity has spread from attacking trucks on motorways to trying to access the terminal.
He said: "There are migrants everywhere which means we have to control the trucks before they get to the site."