Passengers in the English Channel tunnel were forced to wait hours and walk through an alternative tunnel after a train failed.
Eurotunnel passengers forced to leave train beneath English Channel
British train officials say services are back to normal after an incident stopped a train under the English Channel on Tuesday afternoon.
The service from Calais to Folkestone was stopped in the tunnel after an alarm sounded on board.
Passengers were transferred to a different train through a service tunnel.
Eurotunnel said they were provided with food and drink as the original shuttle was brought out and they were eventually reunited with their vehicles, many of which were being carried onboard.