Wo­man in­jured by fall­ing ceil­ing

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A WO­MAN in her 60s was rushed to hospi­tal yes­ter­day af­ter part of the ceil­ing col­lapsed at a rail­way sta­tion.

The wo­man was hit by de­bris on the con­course of Glas­gow Queen Street sta­tion shortly af­ter 11am.

Trauma teams and paramedics raced to the scene.

A wit­ness said: “Clearly some­one was in­jured be­cause they put up screens while they were treat­ing her.

“To think some­thing like that can hap­pen at a ma­jor sta­tion is fright­en­ing.”

It is thought the wo­man was hit by fall­ing plas­ter­board.

The sta­tion is be­ing ex­panded and up­graded as part of the £742mil­lion Ed­in­burgh to Glas­gow Im­prove­ment Pro­gramme to cater for grow­ing pas­sen­ger num­bers.

The wo­man was taken to Glas­gow Royal In­fir­mary with mi­nor in­juries.

IN­JURED The wo­man is treated at the scene af­ter the ceil­ing landed on top of her REFURB Queen St Sta­tion

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