At least 20 train services were canceled due to flooding in the tunnel under the River Thames in England.
Those who want to use trains in England started the day with chaos. There was a water leak in the tunnel under the River Thames between Ebbsfleet in Kent and St Pancras international train stations in London.
At least 20 train services were canceled as a result of the flooding of the tunnel. As a result of the flooding in an area connecting England to European countries, those who want to go to other European countries for New Year celebrations from England were stranded on the road.
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In a statement made by Eurostar, the UK-based high-speed train service, it was noted that the authorities are trying to solve the problem, but the number of canceled services may increase. Eurostar, which operates services from London to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam, announced that passengers can get a full refund or exchange their fares.
Southeastern, another British railway operating company, also canceled high-speed train services until the end of the day.
The company also said that engineers from Network Rail, responsible for infrastructure services on all rail lines in England, Scotland and Wales, and Thames Water, responsible for water supply and wastewater treatment in some regions, are working to resolve the problem.