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Scottish Ambulance Service in attendance at Keith train station as rail services delayed


By Jonathan Clark

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The Scottish Ambulance Service was in attendance at Keith train station at 5.30am. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
The Scottish Ambulance Service was in attendance at Keith train station at 5.30am. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

THE Scottish Ambulance Service was in attendance at an incident at Keith train station in the early hours of this morning.

Nobody required hospital treatment as a result of the incident, with train services affected with slight delays.

A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We received a call today at 0532 hours to attend an incident at Keith train station.

"The patient was assessed at the scene and did not require transport to hospital.”

ScotRail posted on social media saying: "Services running through Keith will be slightly delayed due to the emergency services attending the station."


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