Emergency services have been called to Stockport Station after a person was hit by a train this afternoon (January 10).
British Transport Police attended at around 3.45pm today following reports of a casualty on the tracks.
Paramedics are also in attendance and a person is being treated at the scene.
All lines have been suspended following the incident.
Officers are currently working to identify the full circumstances, and passengers were reportedly asked to leave the station at around 4pm.
All lines have been blocked so delays and cancellations are likely, a spokesman for TransPennine Express said. Trains affected could be diverted via Styal.
Disruption is expected until around 5.45pm.
In a tweet, East Midlands Railway said: “Sadly, a person has been hit by a train between Manchester Piccadilly and Sheffield. The emergency services are en route to manage the incident. Where possible, train services will divert between Sheffield and Manchester.”
A spokesman for NWAS said: “We have multiple resources on the scene, including HART, a consultant paramedic, an advanced paramedic, an air ambulance and an operational commander.”