A CAR has ‘accidentally’ ended up on the railway line at Stirling Railway Station.

The vehicle is blocking two railway tracks, and emergency services are in attendance.

Brian McQueen, 41, was in the area as emergency services arrived.

He said: “As I was walking past the bus station, a couple of police vans with their sirens on went past, and I realised they were going to the train station.

“I realised there was two police vans parked outside the carpark at the train station, and from there I could see a car sitting on the tracks.

“I did see two females sitting with a couple of ambulance personnel.

“They were obviously a bit shaken up, but went away with the ambulance personnel.

“It looks like an accident.”

A spokesperson from British Transport Police said: “Officers were called to Stirling railway station at 12.17 this afternoon following reports of a car on the tracks.

“The car is believed to have accidentally ended up on the tracks from the station’s car park.

“Officers are still determining how the car ended up on the tracks.

“Thankfully, those in the car have not been seriously injured.”

Network Rail said: “Our team is at Stirling responding to this incident.

“We're working on a plan to remove the car from the railway, and get Platform 2 and 3 open again ASAP.”