Services on a busy west coast route have been suspended after a person died after being hit by a train.
ScotRail confirmed that the person was hit by a train between Neilston in East Renfrewshire and Glasgow Central station.
The firm said that other services running from the two stations could be cancelled on short notice while the Neilston to Glasgow Central line has been suspended until further notice.
An estimate for the resumption of normal services will appear on the ScotRail website "once the problem has been fully assessed".
A British Transport Police spokesman said that the incident occurred at 2.39pm on Wednesday.
He added that officers were at the scene and enquiries are ongoing.
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said they attended the incident, but the person was found to be dead at the scene.
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