A WOMAN needed hospital treatment after falling from a train at Marsden station.
The accident came just days after protesters campaigned over platform changes.
An ambulance was called out at 4.21pm on Saturday and the woman was taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary suffering from facial injuries.
Trains travelling from Huddersfield towards Manchester began using platform two just over a month ago.
Passengers claim there is a high gap between the train and platform and believe that could have caused the woman to fall as she stepped from the carriage.
Platform three - which First North Western services had used - has easy access and was specially built eight years ago because of the problems on platform two.
Fiona Weir is heading the campaign to switch services back to the safer platform three and said the accident came as no surprise.
"It's quite a drop. You have to jump. You could so easily have an accident there."
She feared the gap would become treacherous in winter.
"It will be a complete nightmare when it's icy."
The campaigners have drawn up a petition which they are going to send to the train operator, Metro and Kirklees Council.
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