Fire crews earlier today attended a crash involving a car on the railway line near Fort William.
Two crews from Fort William were paged around 12.36pm to the one-vehicle crash on Locheilside Road.
Firefighters arrived at 12.52pm and made the scene safe.
CLEARED: The vehicle has been now been removed from the lineside. Disruption at Fort William has now ended. Services travelling between Glasgow Queen Street and Mallaig are no longer affected by this problem.
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) October 14, 2020
ScotRail earlier reported that due to reports of a car on the line at Fort William, services would be delayed until the vehicle was removed.
The line reopened shortly after 2pm.
There is currently no information available relating to any potential injuries.
A ScotRail spokesman said: “Some services on the West Highland Line have been subject to delay and alteration while the emergency services attend an incident near Fort William.
“Customers can stay up to date with the latest travel info on our website, mobile app, or by following us on Twitter @ScotRail.”
Network Rail, who manage railway lines across the country, said they were working closely with the emergency services at the scene of the crash.
— Network Rail Scotland (@NetworkRailSCOT) October 14, 2020
A spokesman said: “We can confirm that the incident happened around 12.20pm.
“The vehicle has been removed and the railway is now open again for services.
“The matter will now be subject of an investigation.”