Two killed by train at Ealing Broadway
23 June 2015
From the section London
Two people, thought to be an adult and child, were reported to have fallen on to tracks at Ealing Broadway
Two people, one believed to be a child, died when they were struck by a train in west London.
The pair were said to have fallen on to tracks at Ealing Broadway at 18:10 BST.
Police, who have appealed for witnesses, said they were treating the deaths as “unexplained” and had yet to identify the victims.
Heathrow Express services were suspended, while First Great Western said there were delays of up to 90 minutes to and from Paddington.
British Transport Police said: “We were called at 6.10pm to Ealing Broadway station following reports that someone had been hit by a train.
“We attended along with the Metropolitan Police, London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade and discovered two people had been struck and killed by the train.
“We’re still working to determine the identities of the deceased or how they came to actually be on the tracks.”
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