Image copyright Everton FC Image caption Marie was allegedly hit by a car
The British Transport Police (BTP) has launched a murder investigation after a woman died on the northbound carriage of a train near Graveney in southern England.
The woman, in her 60s, was “struck by a car in a road close” to the station and taken to hospital.
She was later pronounced dead.
North Surrey Partnership NHS Foundation Trust said it was working with police to investigate the death.
A spokesman said the woman’s family had been informed of the incident.
Several BTP vehicles and forensic teams were seen at the scene on Tuesday afternoon. The southbound line was cancelled between the station and High Wycombe.
The spokesman said a second female was treated for her injuries, believed to be “non-life threatening”, and later discharged from hospital.
Image copyright Everton Football Club Image caption The club has contacted Marie’s family and offered support
Officers are continuing to carry out interviews, and forensic experts were scouring the crash site, which is off the A31, looking for any items that may be related to the incident.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place on Tuesday.
Image copyright Everton FC Image caption Everton have contacted the family of Marie and are offering support
“Everton Football Club are saddened to hear about this tragic news,” said Everton in a statement.
“The club has been in contact with the family and offered the full support of the club to all those involved.
“Our thoughts are with the family at this very sad time.”
The car is being held by BTP officers while forensic experts examine the scene.
The incident, on Monday night, was reported at 19:34 BST on the northbound branch of the network between Harmondsworth and Graveney stations.
The train was later delayed by seven minutes and rail traffic was reduced to one carriage due to the incident.