Two arrests after teenager found in critical condition leading to lockdown of Scottish train station

A 15-year-old boy is in critical condition after a disturbance that led to a train station near Glasgow being locked down.

Officers received reports of a disturbance at Boydstone Road
Officers received reports of a disturbance at Boydstone Road

Officers were called to Boydstone Road in Thornliebank late on Friday where a 15-year-old was found seriously injured.

He is in a critical condition in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.

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Two people have been arrested in connection with the incident.

Following the incident, Thornliebank Station in East Renfrewshire was locked down.

Rail services to the station were suspended from around 6am to 8.30am today.

Trains between Glasgow Central station and East Kilbride were forced to run non-stop between Pollokshaws West and Giffnock.

Services resumed at Thornliebank from 9am.

A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: "Around 11.10pm on Friday, 26 February, police received a report of a disturbance in Boydstone Road.

"Officers attended and found a 15-year-old male seriously injured. He was taken to the QEUH where he remains in a critical condition. Two people have been arrested in connection with the incident.”

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