Glasgow train services were left disrupted after a person was struck by a train last night.

National Rail says a person was hit by a train between Croy and Falkirk High on Wednesday, April 3.

It comes after we reported ScotRail said 999 crews were dealing with an emergency incident between Croy and Polmont.

Due to this, services between Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh via Falkirk High faced being cancelled, delayed, or revised.

The incident took place shortly after 9.30pm on Wednesday, April 3.

The travel firm said services returned to normal shortly after 11pm.

A statement from National Rail said: "Service has returned to normal between Croy and Falkirk High/Larbert following the earlier incident where a person was hit by a train."

A spokesperson for the British Transport Police said: “Officers were called to the line near Falkirk at around 9.18pm yesterday (April 3) following reports of a casualty on the tracks.

"Paramedics also attended however sadly a person was pronounced dead at the scene.

“The incident is not being treated as suspicious, and a report will be prepared for the procurator fiscal.”


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