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Herne Bay: Police called to train station after concerns for welfare of woman

By KentOnline reporter

Police rushed to a train station after concerns were raised for the welfare of a woman. 

Officers from British Transport Police were called just after 2pm to the station in Herne Bay.

They were joined by ambulance crews and train services were temporarily postponed.

Police were called to Herne Bay train station

Police were called to Herne Bay train station

Officers have since left the scene.

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