An empty car has been hit by a train at a level crossing in Scotland.
The car is thought to have been dragged around 80ft when it was hit by a Virgin Voyager service at Cleghorn level crossing, between Carstairs and Motherwell, shortly after 6.45pm.
Around 60 people were on the service, which had been travelling from Preston to Glasgow.
Trains in the area were subject to delays and cancellations as some services were re-routed while British Transpory Police began investigating.
Officers said there were no casualties as the people inside the car had managed to escape before being hit.
Virgin Trains said it was arranging a coach service to take passengers trapped on the train onwards to their destinations.