First photo of ‘beautiful angel’ teenager killed at Glasgow High Street station – .

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First photo of ‘beautiful angel’ teenager killed at Glasgow High Street station – .


Tributes poured in for a 14-year-old boy after he was killed in an incident at Glasgow High Street station.
Justin Mclaughlin has been called a “beautiful angel” by his family and friends after the incident at the train station this afternoon.

Emergency services rushed to the scene at around 3:45 p.m., where the 14-year-old was seriously injured.

He was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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Tributes were paid to Justin Mclaughlin

Police called the death a “shocking loss” and opened a criminal investigation into the incident and appealed for witnesses.

A family member paid tribute on Facebook, writing, “Fly high Justin Mclaughlin. I miss you so much man the world is so bad and it’s so sad what happened to you.



Police at the scene of an incident at High Street station in Glasgow.

“You were too young to die, you still had a life ahead of you and plans.

“We will all miss you so much, there won’t be a single day we will forget you.” “

She added: “Can’t believe I’m writing this I’m so shocked and didn’t know it was true until I clicked Facebook, sleep tight angle GBNF keep still . “

Another said: “Fly high my beautiful angel! We had so many amazing memories when we were younger. How cruel it can be to take someone else’s life! I love you. Justin McLaughlin. My beautiful little cousin taken way too early !! ”

Scotrail confirmed that the station will remain closed while police investigate.

Detective Inspector Iain Nelson of the Greater Glasgow Division said: “It has been a shocking loss of a young life and an important investigation is underway.



Glasgow High Street Emergency Services

“Specialist agents are supporting the boy’s family during this incredibly difficult time. Investigations are continuing to establish all the circumstances and anyone who can assist is urged to make contact as soon as possible.

“Those who were in the area at the time, or have information which may be relevant, can contact Police Scotland on 101, citing incident 2280 of Saturday 16th October.

“Alternatively, the information can be provided anonymously to the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.”

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