Transport police saved a man from harm on a railway line in Inverclyde.
ScotRail initially said that a person had reportedly been struck by a train in the Greenock area on Tuesday afternoon.
However, British Transport Police later confirmed that officers attended following concern for the welfare of a man seen on the tracks and moved him to safety.
A British Transport Police spokeswoman said: “Officers were called to Greenock station at 12.48pm this afternoon following concern for the welfare of a man who had been on the tracks.
“Officers quickly attended and a man has now been taken to a place of safety.”
ScotRail earlier advised that the line between Greenock Central and Glasgow Central railway stations had been closed, with disruption to services expected.
The line was reopened by 2.10pm.