Person dies after being hit by train on Aberdeen to Dundee rail line

Services between Aberdeen and Dundee were cancelled on Saturday night
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Rail services between Aberdeen and Dundee have returned to normal on Sunday after a person was hit by a train on Saturday evening.

Emergency services were rushed to the tracks near Broughty Ferry at around 10.45pm following the incident.

Network Rail have confirmed there had been a casualty on the line, with services cancelled by ScotRail late last night.

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Services have return to normal on Sunday morning after the line was closed while emergency services dealt with the tragic incident, writes the Daily Record.

Bosses at ScotRail told travellers on social media that services between Arbroath and Dundee were affected, with disruption continuing until the end of service,

Scotrail confirmed on Sunday morning services had resumed around 7am. Network Rail and British Transport Police have been contacted for comment.