North West Wales

Train fire halts services at Deganwy Railway Station

Deganwy railway station Image copyright Nigel Thompson
Image caption Rail services in and out of the station were halted while the fire on the train was dealt with

Around 30 passengers were evacuated during a train fire at the railway station in Deganwy, Conwy.

Two fire crews were called to deal with the blaze from a melted exhaust bracket on the train.

Rail services in and out of the station were halted during the incident at around 14:30 BST on Friday. No injuries were reported.

Arriva Trains Wales said replacement bus services were provided before rail services resumed.

A spokesperson said: "We can confirm that due to a technical problem with the exhaust, smoke entered the carriage of the 14:08 Llandudno to Llandudno Junction service and the service was terminated at Deganwy station.

"Around 30 passengers were transferred safely to a bus for the rest of their journey. We apologise for any inconvenience caused."

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