LINES have reopened following a person being hit by a train at Slough, but there are still delays on First Great Western services.
Trains were suspended between Reading and Paddington following the incident but have since reopened.
But First Great Western warned there were still delays of up to 60 minutes with alterations expected on the rest of the service while it tries to resume normal service.
Delays are affecting trains between Oxford/Banbury and London Paddington.
Tickets are being accepted on London Underground, Chiltern Railways and South West Train services.
There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
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