Updated at 5.31pm: A woman fell on to a railway track and was killed by a train at the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation station in Mongkok on Tuesday morning. According to news reports, about 8.36am, the woman fell from the platform onto the railway track and was struck by an arriving train. She was pulled out by firemen, but was confirmed dead at the scene. A KCR spokeswoman told SCMP.com that south-bound train services were disrupted for about 10 minutes following the accident. Normal services resumed at 9.22am. Further details on what caused the woman to fall on the railway lines were not available on Tuesday afternoon. The spokeswoman for the KCRC could not elaborate. She said police were still investigating the incident. In recent years, Hong Kong has introduced platform screen doors at its Airport Express and Mass Transit Railway Corporation stations to prevent people falling or jumping on to railways lines. But not all stations in the territory have the doors. The KCRC spokeswoman said the corporation has not yet installed platform screen doors at its East Rail stations ? except the Tsim Sha Tsui East station.