Update: I accompanied her to a station in London where someone she knew could meet her. Via some phone calls they are making some contact to a lawyer.
I kept her contact though in case something seems useful to send on.
I think the main help her though was just getting her to a safe place to continue from where she can rest and recover.
The police should not have left her in such a state on her own. The train people were really nice, but bound by their jobs in how much they could help.
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