Posted: Wed 23rd Aug 2017

Train services disrupted through Flint late last night as emergency services dealt with an ‘incident’

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Aug 23rd, 2017

UPDATE:

Police say officers were called to The Prince of Wales Avenue area of Flint at 9.58pm last night. Concern for

There were concerns for safety of a man who had made his way to a nearby railway bridge.

A police spokesman told us he was arrested for a breach of the peace.

EARLIER REPORT

Train services through Flint were disrupted late last night due to  what Arriva Trains Wales described as “emergency services dealing with an incident.”

An update on train company’s website posted just after 11pm said;

“Due to the emergency services dealing with an incident at Flint all lines are blocked. Train services through this station may be subject to disruption on all routes. Disruption is expected until the end of the day.”

One person posted a message at 12.23am on Facebook saying:

“What’s goin on in flint loads police and tapped off by train station.”

Despite the large police presence at the train station British Transport Police were unable to offer any information as to the nature of the incident.

According to nationalrail.co.uk trains appeared to be back running through the station by 1am.

More information to follow:

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