British Transport Police was called at 7.55am today (November 4) to Worthing railway station after 'a report of casualty on the tracks', a spokesman said. They went on to say: "A woman is reported to have suffered a severe injury and has been taken to hospital. The incident is not being treated as suspicious." The incident caused gridlock on the railway line between Angmering to Aldrington, affecting the train timetable across Sussex, but the line was reopened at around 9.40am. Trains are expected to be delayed or cancelled across the county as a result, Southern Rail said. If you are affected by any issues raised in this story, contact The Samaritans for confidential support on 116 123.
A woman has been 'severely injured' at a railway station in Sussex, British Transport Police has confirmed, causing delays across the rail network.