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VIA Rail Canada has cancelled all trains on the South Western corridor between London and Windsor for the next 24 hours.
The company said in a statement on Saturday that it was forced to cancel service due to an accident involving a truck that struck a bridge on the Chatham sub on the CN line between Chatham and London.
"We were advised about the accident early this morning about 6:30," Mylène Bélanger, VIA Rail Canada's Media Relations Officer told CBC.
"All other trains on this route will operate between Toronto and London only," VIA Rail said in a statement, adding "there will be no service or alternate transportation provided beyond London."
VIA Rail said approximately 600 passengers have been affected and these passengers will be offered a full refund for the untraveled portion of their tickets without service charges.
The company said passengers can also choose to travel on another date and exchange fees will be waived.
This article first appeared on www.cbc.ca
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