Passengers in Dundee have been told to expect delays after a vehicle collided with a level-crossing.
The incident took place at Cornton, near Dunblane, and is causing disruption to services to Dundee, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Stirling.
Damage to the level-crossing is “substantial” and the line is closed, which means disruption on services between Glasgow and Aberdeen, which stops at Dundee.
Police are on the scene.
A ScotRail tweet said: “A road vehicle has collided with a level crossing at Cornton, near Dunblane. It has damaged the level crossing barriers meaning the line is closed. Network Rail’s response team are on their way.
“This affects our Glasgow/Edinburgh to Dunblane services, which will terminate and start back from Stirling. Glasgow to Aberdeen services will also be delayed.
“Police Scotland are also due to arrive on site soon.”
UPDATE: @NetworkRailScot’s team report that there’s been substantial damage caused to the level crossing. They’re arranging materials to make repairs ASAP. ^CT
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) October 30, 2018
ScotRail also issued a warning. “It’s extremely dangerous to ignore the lights at a level crossing. It’s not just your life on the line.”