Eurotunnel train stopped in Channel Tunnel by power fault
A power fault has stopped a Eurotunnel train in the Channel Tunnel, causing hundreds of passengers to be evacuated from the train and causing long delays.
The France-bound train stopped about a quarter of the way through the tunnel at about 07:30 BST.
The 382 passengers were led into the service tunnel and taken to the French terminal.
The BBC's Richard Westcott reports from St Pancras International station in London.
07 Jul 2014
- From the section UK