Appeal over woman killed by train in Dronfield

British Transport Police has appealed for help to identify a woman who was killed by a train in Derbyshire.

The woman was hit by the train at Dronfield railway station at about 10:50 GMT on 13 November.

British Transport Police (BTP) said the death was not being treated as suspicious but the woman's identity had not yet been established.

The woman is described as white, aged between 45 and 55 and was wearing a zebra print scarf.

She was also wearing a dark coat, black jeans with diamante detailing on the back pockets and a gold and platinum ring on her left hand.

BTP said forensic analysis was continuing but appealed for anyone with further information on the woman's identity to come forward.

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