Woman injured as part of train station ceiling collapses
Emergency services were called to Queen Street in Glasgow on Thursday.
A woman has been injured by falling plasterboard from the ceiling of a train station.
Emergency services were called to Queen Street station in Glasgow shortly before 11am on Thursday.
The woman has been taken to hospital with a head injury.
A Scottish Ambulance Service spokesman said: "We dispatched one ambulance and the trauma team to the scene.
"One female patient in her 60s was taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary."
Work has been halted while investigations take place.
A Network Rail spokesman added: "Following an incident this morning when a piece of debris fell within the station we have suspended all building work at Glasgow Queen Street.
"Structural engineers are currently on site assessing the area and investigating the cause of the incident.
"The affected section of the station, near the Dundas Street entrance, has been cordoned off, but services continue to run normally."
Work is under way at the station as part of a £120m redevelopment.