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Woman killed by train in Dronfield not identified

British Transport Police are appealing for the public\'s help to identify a woman who was killed after being hit by a train at Dronfield station.

The incident which happened on the 13th November is being treated as non-suspicious, but so far enquiries have been unable to identify the woman.

She's described as white, aged between 45 to 55 years old, of proportionate build with black curly hair.

She had size 6 shoes and was wearing a black/brown gilet style long sleeve coat from Pineapple, a zebra print scarf and black ankle boots with black tight fitting jeans which had diamante detail to the back pockets.

Anyone who believes they may know this woman should contact police.

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