A man has died after being struck by a train on the line between Chester and Flint.
Emergency services were called to the railway tracks at Flint, at around 5pm on Monday (October 10).
The British Transport Police (BTP) have confirmed that a man was pronounced dead at the scene.
His death is not being treated as suspicious.
A BTP spokesman said: “BTP officers were called to the line close to Flint Railway Station, Flint on Monday October 10 after a report that a person had been struck by a train.
“Officers from the BTP and North Wales Police attended the incident, which was reported to BTP at 17.05pm and is currently being treated as non suspicious.
“Medics from the local ambulance service also attended but the male was pronounced deceased at the scene. A file will be prepared for the Coroner.
“The train involved was the 4.18pm Llandudno to Chester service.”
The incident caused severe delays between Chester and Llandudno Junction for several hours.
The line between Chester and Flint was closed completely for more than two hours, with National Rail confirming it re-opened just after 7.30pm.
Replacement buses were brought in to transport passengers between Chester and Rhyl.
Residual delays remained until around 9.30pm.
Eye-witnesses on-board the train have reported that the train driver was “shaken up” by the incident.
Arriva Trains Wales tweeted: “A person has been hit by a train between Chester + Flint-due to this journeys between Chester and Llandudno Jct are delayed by up to 60 mins”