UPDATE: Brentwood - Man treated for head injuries after being hit by train in Shenfield
A man who was hit by a train after he is believed to have walked out on to the tracks at Shenfield train station is being treated in hospital.
British Transport Police (BTP) said they were called after reports of an injured man at about 10.15am.
Officers said he climbed back on to the platform after the incident, where he was treated by paramedics for head injuries.
A spokesman said: “The man is believed to have been hit by a train after he trespassed on to the tracks.
“Paramedics from the East of England Ambulance Service treated the man at the scene and have since taken him to hospital where he remains in a stable condition. The incident is being treated as non suspicious.”
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