UPDATE: The station has reopened.

An emergency incident at a busy train station near Glasgow has disrupted services.

ScotRail has said 999 crews are currently dealing with a situation at Westerton station.

Due to this, services won't be stopping at the station.

Currently, it is unknown what the incident is, however, passengers are being urged to use either Anniesland, Drumchapel, or Bearsden railway stations.

Reports on social media claim the train station will be closed for the 'foreseeable'.



A spokesperson for ScotRail said: "Emergency services are dealing with an incident at Westerton.

"Unfortunately our train services will have to bypass here until further notice. We will update you once we have more information from staff on the grounds.

"Use Anniesland, Drumchapel or Bearsden as alternatives.

"We have secured one mini bus (McLays) at Anniesland departing at 30 minutes past the hour to Westerton.

"We have secured one full size bus (AMS) at Westerton from 10am to run to Anniesland."

The British Transport Police and the Scottish Ambulance Service have been contacted for comment.