A man has been arrested after a woman was allegedly pushed onto the tracks at a Glasgow train station.

The incident took place at Hyndland station in the city's West End shortly after 6.30pm on Saturday, April 20.

The British Transport Police (BTP) said they were called to reports of a man "pushing a woman onto the tracks".

Following the situation, a man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

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Meanwhile, the woman was taken to hospital as a precaution, however, it is not believed she was seriously injured.

During the incident, ScotRail said trains through the station faced being cancelled, delayed, or revised.

While Network Rail said both lines in the area were closed while emergency crews dealt with the situation.

Now, cops are appealing for anyone with information on the incident to get in touch.

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A spokesperson for the British Transport Police said: "Officers were called to Hyndland station at approximately 6.30pm on Saturday 20 April following reports of a man pushing a woman onto the tracks.

"A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

"The victim was taken to hospital as a precaution but, fortunately, is not believed to have been seriously injured.  

"Anyone with information is asked to text 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 with reference 689 of April 20."