A RAILWAY worker who tragically died after being hit by a train in South West London has been pictured.
Tyler Byrne, 30, from Aldershot, Hampshire, was working on the tracks between Surbiton and Weybridge on Tuesday when he was killed.
Emergency services were called to Surbiton railway station at about midday and worked to save the man, but he was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
Network Rail chief executive Andrew Haines said today: "My thoughts are with the friends, family and colleagues of Tyler Byrne, who tragically lost his life while working near Surbiton on Tuesday.
"I know these words will do little to relieve the immense hurt and pain they are feeling.
"The last two days have been incredibly difficult for the railway family.
"While it is too soon to know exactly what went wrong on Tuesday morning, in the days and weeks ahead we will be conducting our own investigation into the incident and supporting those carried out by the British Transport Police and Rail Accident Investigation Branch.
"It is vital we do everything in our power to establish the full circumstances that led to this tragedy."
Ministers and union bosses called for lessons to be learned following Mr Byrne's death.
Manuel Cortes, general secretary of the Transport Salaried Staffs' Association union, said a "full and thorough" investigation must take place to establish the circumstances and what had "gone wrong".
Transport minister Chris Heaton-Harris tweeted: "My sincerest condolences to the friends, family and colleagues affected by the tragic incident near Surbiton station.
"While investigations continue, we will ensure lessons are learned."
At the time of the tragedy, all South Western Railway (SWR) lines were blocked between Surbiton and Weybridge.
Train services running to and from the stations were cancelled, delayed and revised following the ordeal.
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