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Cable damage causes train disruption at St Pancras station

Damage to overhead cables in north London has caused severe disruption to trains travelling to and from St Pancras station.

Network Rail said its engineers were at the scene assessing the damage to the lines in the Hendon area.

Some services have resumed on East Midlands Trains. First Capital Connect and Southern trains were also affected.

BBC London's Sarah Harris spoke to David Statham, from First Capital Connect, and Phil Verster at Network Rail.

  • 17 Jan 2014