A train carrying a woman and her baby has stopped in Manchester because of a fire hazard.
The carriage had been evacuated after a fire was reported in the train, which was due to depart from the town of Walsall on Monday.
The fire was put out in about 40 minutes, but a second fire started in a carriage, which had to be evacuated.
The driver of the train is also on the run.
There were no injuries reported.
The woman and the baby were on the train and passengers had to get on the platform.
“The woman has been taken to hospital with smoke inhalation,” a police spokeswoman said.
“The baby has not been injured.”
There have been reports of people walking on the tracks near to the fire station.
On Sunday, police said a woman was injured after she was hit by a car on a motorway in Preston.
This week, a train was hit in Preston and a man died.
The fire is being treated as a “potentially serious incident” by the Met Police.
More to follow.