Glasgow High Street station will remain closed as cops continue investigation after teenager seriously injured

Glasgow High Street station will remain closed as cops continue investigation after teenager seriously injured

A Glasgow train station will remain closed for the rest of the night as police investigate the scene where a teenager was seriously injured.

We have previously recounted how a teenager was rushed to hospital after suffering serious injuries at High Street station.

Police were called to the scene around 3:45 p.m. this afternoon and Scotrail confirmed rail services between Glasgow and Edinburgh were affected.

The train service has now confirmed that the station will remain closed for the remainder of the night.

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An alternative bus service has been put in place between Queen Street and Bellgrove.

Those traveling west from Glasgow are encouraged to go to Glasgow Central Station.

Direct trains to Edinburgh from Queen Street and Central still run normally.

Details of how the teenager survived his injuries were not disclosed, but it is understood that he was not hit by a train.

An investigation has been launched by the police who are appealing to the public for information.

The police are said to have opened a criminal investigation.

A Scottish Police spokesperson said: ‘We received a report at around 3.45pm on Saturday 16th October that a teenager was seriously injured inside High Street station, Glasgow.

“He was taken to hospital and an investigation is underway.

“The station and the road outside are currently closed to allow access for emergency services.

“Anyone who was in the area at the time or who has information that may be relevant is urged to contact Police Scotland on 101, citing incident 2280 of Saturday 16 October, as soon as possible. “


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