Eurostar resumes service from London due to trespasser
LONDON (AP) — Eurostar has resumed services from London’s St. Pancras station after delays prompted by a trespasser.
The rail service that links Britain to the continent says in a statement Saturday that further disruption is possible.
British Transport Police say a 44-year-old man was arrested for trespass and obstruction of the railway. Witnesses say the man was carrying an English flag, a police spokesman told Britain’s Press Association.
The service has seen heavy delays and other disruptions for weeks because of a strike by French customs officers linked to concerns about extra workload when Britain leaves the European Union.