Trespasser causes train chaos

A trespasser caused chaos on the railways across Sussex and south London this evening.

The trespasser went onto the tracks in Horsham at about 5pm, Southern Rail confirmed.

Trains were due to be delayed for about 30 minutes until 8.30pm.

British Transport Police said they were aware of the issue.

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8:35pm Sat 14 Dec 13

xlaughingx says...

Presume you mean Sussex and 8.30pm. This article must have taken at least three minutes to write yet there are two mistakes.
Presume you mean Sussex and 8.30pm. This article must have taken at least three minutes to write yet there are two mistakes. xlaughingx

9:51pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Crystal Ball says...

Whoever inputs the stories onto the website is an utter embarrassment to the Schmargus.

Even if you saw an obviously incorrectly spelt word from a reporter would you really copy it verbatim for public scrutiny or make the correction?

Very very poor.
Whoever inputs the stories onto the website is an utter embarrassment to the Schmargus. Even if you saw an obviously incorrectly spelt word from a reporter would you really copy it verbatim for public scrutiny or make the correction? Very very poor. Crystal Ball

10:53pm Sat 14 Dec 13

tykemison says...

Lol, worst piece of journalism this week from the Argus! Maybe we should have some sort of award(not a sponsored booze up in the big smoke from a thieving energy company), truely appalling infant-like writing, well done......Again.
Lol, worst piece of journalism this week from the Argus! Maybe we should have some sort of award(not a sponsored booze up in the big smoke from a thieving energy company), truely appalling infant-like writing, well done......Again. tykemison

11:05pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Terry K says...

Ironically, reader comments have typos too lol, the hypocrisy of it all.
Ironically, reader comments have typos too lol, the hypocrisy of it all. Terry K

2:17am Mon 16 Dec 13

Roundbill says...

I can count to potato.
I can count to potato. Roundbill

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