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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.