Woman survives after being hit by train near Lincoln
A woman has survived after being hit by a train near Lincoln.
Lincolnshire Police said the 48-year-old, who suffered head injuries, was not thought to be in a life-threatening condition.
Network Rail said the incident happened near to the rail-over-road bridge, close to the B1190 Washingborough Road, at around 5.26pm yesterday.
The woman, from Lincoln, was taken to hospital at 6.46pm and the line was reopened.
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British Transport Police said the incident was not being treated as suspicious.
The train involved was the 1525 Leicester to Sleaford service.
An East Midlands Trains spokesman said: "Train services between Lincoln and Sleaford were disrupted earlier this evening following an incident in which a person was struck by a train at Washingborough around 5.30pm.
"Our immediate thoughts are with the person involved and their family and loved ones.
"Emergency services attended the scene and the line was re-opened around 6.50pm.
"Passengers on the train involved were transferred to the 1910 Lincoln to Sleaford service.
"The 1625 Peterborough to Sleaford service was also delayed by around 80 minutes.
"We would like to apologise to passengers whose journeys were affected by the incident."