ScotRail: Aberdeen trains delayed after driver falls ill

Trains from Aberdeen are delayed after a ScotRail driver fell ill earlier this evening.

Services from the city to Montrose, Edinburgh and Glasgow are thought to be impacted.

In a tweet, the rail operator told followers: “Unfortunately we have had reports of a driver taken ill on a service.

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"An ambulance is on site.”

They added: “Aberdeen to Montrose/Edinburgh and Glasgow will be delayed/revised.”

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Trains from Aberdeen are delayed after a ScotRail driver collapsed.

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