A 13-YEAR-OLD boy was rushed to hospital with electrocution injuries after an incident near Scotstounhill train station.

On Thursday afternoon, we reported on trains facing disruption as emergency services attended the incident near the West End station. 

The British Transport Police confirmed officers were called to the line at 3.55pm on June 9, after receiving reports of a teenage boy having been electrocuted.

The force stated the boy's injuries are not believed to be life-changing or threatening.

A British Transport Police spokesperson said: "Officers were called to the line close to Scotstounhill at 3.55pm on June 9, following reports of a 13-year-old boy having sustained electrocution injuries.

"Paramedics also attended and he was taken to hospital with injuries which are believed to be neither life-changing or threatening."

Following the incident, ScotRail warned passengers that the line between Yoker and Scotstounhill was blocked.

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A spokesperson for the firm had said: "Due to the emergency services dealing with an incident, the line via Scotstounhill/Yoker is blocked.

"Train services running through the area will be cancelled, delayed or revised.

"We'll look to reroute as many services as we can via the Singer/Anniesland line."

In a later update, it was announced that no trains were running between Yoker and Singer and all power between Finnieston and Dalmuir had been switched off.

At around 4:50 pm power was safely restored and all services were resumed.

A ScotRail representative had said: "Some delays and alterations will continue whilst we get crew and units back into position.

"We're sorry for any delays to your journey this may have caused you."