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Rail services between Exeter St Davids and Exeter Central have been halted owing to what's being described as a 'trespass incident'. Routes operated by South West Trains and First Great Western have been affected.
South West Trains says normal service has resumed between
- Yeovil Junction and London Waterloo
- Exeter St Davids and London Waterloo
- Salisbury and London Waterloo
It follows earlier over-running engineering work at Wimbledon
Disruption on South West Trains between Waterloo and Yeovil Junction, Exeter St Davids and Salisbury due to emergency engineering works at Wimbledon - they are not running between Basingstoke and Waterloo. This is now likely to continue until 1pm.
Tickets are being accepted on CrossCountry, First Great Western, Southern, London Underground and London Bus services.
Disruption on South West Trains between Yeovil Junction and London Waterloo, between Exeter St Davids and London Waterloo and between Salisbury and London Waterloo due to emergency engineering works at Wimbledon.
Trains from Yeovil Junction, Exeter St Davids and Salisbury are not running between Basingstoke and Waterloo. Disruption is expected until 10:00.
Footage from Network Rail showing how floodwaters have undermined the track at Broom near Axminster. There are currently no rail services on the line between Exeter and Yeovil - replacement buses have been laid on. South West Trains says it hopes the line will be repaired by Monday.
A man's been killed after being hit by a train near Dorchester.
The 65-year-old Dorchester man, who hasn't been named, was killed on tracks near Woodsford level crossing last Friday night.
It is believed he had been walking along the road near West Stafford before he was hit by a Weymouth-bound South West Trains’ service.
An investigation is being carried out but police say the death is not being treated as suspicious.
Rail passengers travelling to the Olympics in Weymouth and Portland could face travel chaos after South West Trains workers voted to take industrial action.
Up to 1,000 members of the Rail Maritime and Transport union will work to rule, including a ban on overtime, from Friday, the day of the opening ceremony, to August 12, the last day of the Games.
The union has been seeking a bonus for its members for working during the Games, but SWT insisted it had already agreed a wage deal which covers the Olympics period.