Woman taken to hospital after concern for welfare call to police at Stevenage railway station

PUBLISHED: 12:16 06 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:42 06 October 2017

Police assisted a woman at Stevenage railway station after people expressed concerns for her wellbeing.

Police assisted a woman at Stevenage railway station after people expressed concerns for her wellbeing.

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A woman was taken to hospital after police were called to Stevenage railway station yesterday evening amid concerns for her welfare.

Two police cars temporarily blocked the exit to the taxi rank after officers were called to the station off Lytton Way at about 6pm.

Officers from the British Transport Police then assisted in getting the woman to hospital, a BTP spokeswoman confirmed.

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