Travel chaos after a deer is struck and killed by  Great Western Railway train

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Rail travel descended into chaos  on Sunday evening after a deer was struck and killed by  a Great Western Railway train on Sunday .

Severe delays and cancellations plagued the Great Western Railway service between the Westcountry and London  after the animal wandered onto the line sand was struck.

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Passengers travelling on the train near Kemble to London Paddington are being force  had to disembark  after the power units ABS Braking system was damaged following the animal strike. The effect serve  will attempt to limp into Swindon.


Those onboard have be uninjured