Emergency Services Respond to Casualty on Tracks at Dartford Railway Station

Local authorities responded to a call for emergency services at Dartford railway station in Kent after reports of a casualty on the tracks.

At approximately 11am, both Kent Police and the British Transport Police (BTP) were dispatched to the station located in Station Approach. The fire service and ambulance service also arrived on the scene to assist.

Upon arrival, authorities found a person who had sustained minor injuries. Thankfully, these injuries were not deemed life-threatening or life-changing.

A spokesperson for the BTP stated that the incident does not appear to be suspicious in nature.

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for the Kent Police explained that their officers were called to the scene to assist BTP officers at 11:17am on Tuesday.

As of now, there is no further information available from the fire service or ambulance service. The situation at Dartford railway station is under control and emergency services have left the site.

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