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A woman has died after being hit by a train.
British Transport Police (BTP) confirmed the woman had died after being hit near Alfreton this morning (Sunday Oct 22).
A spokesman for BTP told the Derby Telegraph: "We were called to the Alfreton area on Sunday October 22 after reports that a woman had been struck by a train.
"Officers from the BTP attended the incident which was reported at 8.41am. It is currently being treated as non-suspicious.
"Medics from the local ambulance service also attended but the woman was pronounced dead at the scene and a file is being prepared for the coroner."
The incident has caused delays for services in and out of Nottingham. Trains to and from St Pancras, Sheffield, Liverpool and Norwich were affected.
Trains began running again at around 11.30am but East Midlands Trains has told its customers to check the status of their train before travelling.
If any services are disrupted, East Midlands Trains says passengers may use their tickets onboard Northern and Transpennine Express services between Sheffield and Manchester stations.
It says: “You may also use your tickets on board Virgin East Coast services via Doncaster, to London Kings Cross.”