Woman dies after suspected fatal head injury near Leatherhead Station

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Paramedics desperately tried to save the life of a woman who suffered a fatal head injury near Leatherhead station yesterday.

A South East Coast Ambulance spokesman said a car and two ambulances were called to Station Approach in Leatherhead at 4.30pm.

The woman who died was reported as being in her 60s.

He said: "It was to reports of a woman who had suffered a fall and a head injury. It turned out to be very serious.

"Our clinicians had to attempt resuscitation of the woman. Sadly despite their best efforts she died at the scene."

A British Transport Police spokeswoman said the incident was related to a bus.

She said: "We got told by Surrey Police in case it caused issues for people coming outside of the station."

On Twitter yesterday people reported seeing police cars and cordons outside the station.

Anyone with more information please contact the news desk on 020 8722 6337.

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