Published: 10:29, 12 June 2018
| Updated: 14:07, 12 June 2018
A train driver's quick reactions helped avoid a potentially tragic accident at a station.
The Canterbury-bound driver ground his train to a halt at East Malling after spotting a man on the tracks.
With the train at a standstill, the driver left his cab to assist the man until British Transport Police arrived.
A spokesperson from BTP said: "We were called to East Malling station at 9.30am following reports of concern for a man's welfare.
"Officers attended and the man was removed from the tracks and taken on to a place of safety."
The force's county Twitter accounted, @BTPKent tweeted after the incident.
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