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Body on Bramley rail line delays services

Police are investigating the death of a man at a railway station in Hampshire which caused disruption to services.

Ambulance crews said they were called just after 0700 BST to a report of a body on the line at Bramley.

British Transport Police said a man aged in his early 50s and thought to be from the Oxfordshire area had died. There were no suspicious circumstances.

A bus replacement service came into force between Basingstoke and Reading before the line was reopened.



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