Rail services disrupted after person struck by train

Services in Glasgow faced disruption on Sunday evening after a person was struck by a train between Hyndland and Partick.

ScotRail services disrupted after person struck by train between Hyndland and Partick SNS Group

ScotRail services in Glasgow faced disruption over the weekend after a person was struck by a train.

Services between Partick and Hyndland were suspended on Sunday evening as emergency crews were called to the scene at around 7.20pm.

The condition of the person struck, who has not yet been identified, is unknown at this stage.

A ScotRail post on Sunday read: “Sadly, a person has been struck by a train between Partick and Hyndland.

“No trains can run through the area until the emergency services’ work is complete.”

They later updated passengers, saying: “No services via Glasgow Central Low Level can go further west than Exhibition Centre.

“Where possible, we’ll run our Balloch – Motherwell trains between Balloch & Dalmuir and Exhibition Centre & Motherwell.

“Update on trains via Queen St Low Level to follow.”

The line later reopened at around 8.05pm on Sunday.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail head of customer operations, said: “Some ScotRail services were disrupted on Sunday evening while the emergency services attended an incident in the west end of Glasgow.”