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Person hit by train between Totnes and Plymouth

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Person hit by train between Totnes and Plymouth

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A person has been hit by a train between Totnes and Plymouth. 

A person has been hit by a train between Totnes and Plymouth, closing the train lines until at least 11.30pm tonight, 23 May. 

According to Great Western Railway's journey checker, the 22:25 from Plymouth to Exeter St Davids is currently due 23:33 and the 22:10 Exeter St Davids to Totnes is due at 22:47. 

If you hold a valid single, return, or weekly ticket, you will be able to claim compensation for delays of 15 minutes or more. Please keep your ticket and visit GWR.com/DelayRepay 

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