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Disruptive passengers force Ipswich-bound train’s cancellation

PUBLISHED: 13:27 02 June 2018 | UPDATED: 06:32 03 June 2018

Their will be alterations to trains going through Ipswich tomorrow  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Their will be alterations to trains going through Ipswich tomorrow Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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A train headed for Ipswich had been cancelled due to “disruptive passengers”.

Greater Anglia said it had been forced to cancel its 12.47pm service from Cambridge due to the passengers’ behaviour.

One parent, whose daughter was on the train, tweeted: “Great, well done, my 15-year-old daughter will be stuck in the middle of nowhere.”

Greater Anglia has not reported what action has been taken against the disruptive passengers.

However a spokesman said British Transport Police were aware.

The train was due to call at: Newmarket; Kennett; Bury St Edmunds; Thurston; Elmswell; Stowmarket; Needham Market and Ipswich.

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