Major disruption in and out of London Waterloo is expected to continue until the end of service today, after a person was hit by a train at Queenstown Road station this afternoon.
Service is disrupted between Waterloo and Clapham Junction, which is having a knock-on effect on the rest of the line.
Trains may be cancelled, revised or delayed by up to 60 minutes, National Rail said. This is expected to continue until the end of service.
South West customers are being advised they may use their tickets on Southern, Great Western Railway, London Underground and London Buses on reasonable routes.
#DisruptionSWT Due to emergency services dealing with an incident between Waterloo and Clapham Junction, all lines are currently blocked.— South West Trains (@SW_Trains) April 24, 2017
#Waterloo - You may use your ticket on Southern, Great Western Railway, London Underground and London Buses on reasonable routes.— National Rail (@nationalrailenq) April 24, 2017
Twitter users posted footage of the emergency services at the scene in south London.
Current scene at Queenstown road, reports of a person under the train, here is the air ambulance team arriving pic.twitter.com/SJlbHNnBwD— Kavita Kukar (@MissKav) April 24, 2017
This afternoon's disruption follows severe delays in and out of Waterloo during this morning's rush hour, due to signalling problems at the station.