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UPDATED: A person has been hit by a train in West London

 

 

Emergency services have been called to  on le Railway station in West London after a person was struck by a train.   Officers from the Met Police and British Transport Police have been called to the station on  Syon Lane in Isleworth just after the incident happened on Sunday evening.

 

 

Services that run through the station have been seriously affected as the line has been closed for investigation work to be carried out and for the person to be treated by Paramedics and Hems Doctors. There condition or the nature of injuries  not currently known

A spokesperson for British Transport Police said: Officers were called to Syon station at 7.23pm yesterday (27 November) following reports of a casualty on the tracks.

Paramedics also attended, and a person was taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries which were not deemed to be life-threatening or life-changing.

The incident is not being treated as suspicious.

 

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