A woman is being treated in hospital for head injuries after being hit by a train at Ashford on Tuesday.
The woman, in her 50s, was rescued from the track by paramedics and taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting where she remains for further assessment and treatment.
Paramedics from South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECamb) were called to the scene shortly after 10.15am on Tuesday (March 28) to reports of a person hit by a train between Staines and Feltham .
A spokesman for SECAmb said: "We dispatched two ambulances and a single responder car. A woman in her 50’s was rescued from the track with a head injury but was conscious.
"She was treated by paramedics and taken to St George’s Hospital in London for further assessment and treatment."
The power supply was switched off meaning no trains were able to operate on the line for around an hour.
Disruptions were reported until 2pm with a number of services cancelled or delayed with passengers urged to seek alternative routes.
Officers from British Transport Police (BTP) attended the scene alongside paramedics from the South East Coast Ambulance Service who treated a woman for injuries.
A BTP spokesman added: "The woman has been taken to hospital for treatment. The incident is not being treated as suspicious."
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