Two people have been killed by a speeding train in what police suspect believe were suspicious circumstances.
The victims - who have not yet been named nor have their genders been revealed - were killed at Slough station, Berkshire, on Tuesday morning.
The two people may have been pushed, according to early reports. A police source said "foul play" was not being ruled out.
A British Transport Police (BTP) spokesman said: "The incident is currently being treated as suspicious. Officers are working to identify the deceased, and a full investigation has been launched."
They were killed in the collision and pronounced dead at the scene by emergency services.
"Our officers were called to Slough railway station shortly before 9.45am on Tuesday, 23 September, following reports that two people had been struck by a train," a police spokesman said.
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