Hundreds of train passengers were left stuck for hours in Corby on Thursday after a landslip that followed heavy rain.
It affected the 2:34pm service from London to Nottingham.
It's reported five hundred passengers spent up to eight hours stuck on the train before they were finally rescued.
They were originally due to be transferred onto a second train, but this also became stuck because of flooding.
Food and water ran out and paramedics had to board to treat a woman who had collapsed.
East Midlands Trains have information on any disruption to services at their website and social media.