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|Thousands stranded in rail chaos
||Thousands stranded in rail chaos
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Thousands of commuters from the Thames Valley area have been left stranded in London after a death on the rail line.
First Great Western services operating out of Paddington station came to a standstill following the incident between West Ealing and Hanwell.
Trains travelling into Paddington were terminating at Reading Station, Berks, where passengers were being transferred to a half-hourly service into Waterloo.
It is not known when First Great Western trains services will resume.
Lorraine Leaney, spokeswoman for the company, said: "It's peak time travel and people will be making their way into London and out of London, so it will affect a large number of people.
|"Police have sealed off the area of track where the death has happened.||"Police have sealed off the area of track where the death has happened.|
|"It's definitely going to be impacting on our services for the next few hours, how much longer after that I can't say."||"It's definitely going to be impacting on our services for the next few hours, how much longer after that I can't say."|