Eurostar train held at Calais reaches London after 16-hour delay
Exhausted passengers describe how train was held close to Channel tunnel as police tried to remove people from roof of train
Exhausted passengers delayed for 16 hours on a Eurostar train have arrived back in London after spending the night outside Calais with police attempting to remove people from the roof of the train.
The London-bound train was held close to the Channel tunnel for hours as police and a helicopter searched the roof, as well as under the train, with passengers sitting in darkness after power was switched off.
Source: Guardian Transport