One person dies after being struck by train between Edinburgh and Glasgow
A person has died after being struck by a train between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The incident happened at 12:19 on Monday near Lenzie station in East Dunbartonshire. British Transport Police confirmed the person died at the scene.
In a statement they said: "British Transport Police were called at 12.19pm on 06/01 to an area of railway near Lenzie station following a report of a casualty.
"Officers are currently in attendance. Sadly, a person has been pronounced dead at the scene."
ScotRail have warned commuters several major routes across Scotland have been disrupted.
-Services between Glasgow Queen Street & Aberdeen, Alloa, Dundee, and Edinburgh will be cancelled, delayed or revised.
-Services between Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh via Falkirk High have been suspended.
Alternative routes are available from Queen Street - Edinburgh via Cumbernauld, Helensburgh/Milngavie - Edinburgh, Glasgow Central - Edinburgh via Shotts.
Replacement buses have been arranged for some affected trains. Visit ScotRail's website to check train services before you travel.