The train which crashed into a car at a level crossing in Oxfordshire was the 2.45pm Bournemouth to Manchester Piccadilly Cross Country service, British Transport Police said:
A South Central Ambulance Service spokeswoman said crews treated a female in the car for non-life threatening injuries after it was hit by a train at a level crossing.
Medics were also tasked to assess a female passenger on the train, but found her to not need any treatment.
A woman who was inside a car when it was hit by a train on a level crossing has suffered non-life threatening injuries.
A car has been hit by a train at a level crossing in Oxfordshire, British Transport Police (BTP) said.
The incident took place at around 4.40pm today at the Sandy Lane level crossing in Kidlington.
"Officers are currently on their way to the scene to establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident,” a BTP spokesman said.
More than half the detainees at Campsfield Immigration Centre in Oxford are being relocated to other centres after a fire there last night. 2 male detainees are in hospital.
– Home Office spokesman
A fire at Campsfield immigration removal centre has led to more than half of the detainees being relocated to other removal centres around the UK.
All the detainees have been accounted for and two male detainees are now in hospital. The cause of the fire is being investigated by police and the fire service.
The UK Border Agency website says the centre - privately run by MITIE - has space for 216 beds.
It describes Campsfield House as a long-term centre for men, who are detained pending the outcome of their immigration case and possible removal.
One person is in hospital following a fire at an immigration detention centre, the Home Office has said.
Ten fire engines were called to the Campsfield House immigration removal centre in Kidlington, near Oxford, at 9pm last night.
A number of detainees are being relocated to other centres because of damage to the building, a Home Office spokesman said.