Emergency companies have been referred to as to an incident the place a person had been hit by a prepare however sadly died on the scene. Matt Smith, a reporter for the Chiswick Calendar newspaper, had tweeted he was in the entrance carriage of a Tube travelling on the Central Line when somebody jumped in entrance of the prepare. The busy Central London station has been evacuated. The Tube driver sounded “audibly shaken” when making the announcement.
Emergency companies have poured into Oxford Street. An Air Ambulance additionally arrived.
Mr Smith (@matt_tt_smith) tweeted: “Someone has just jumped in front of a Central Line train at Bond Street station (I was sat in the front carriage).
“Station has been evacuated and passengers at the moment are being requested to depart the carriage.
“The driver made an announcement and sounded audibly shaken. Had to try three times to speak.
“Paramedics, police and hearth engines are pouring into Oxford Street and an air ambulance.”
A spokesperson for London Transport Police told Express.co.uk: “We have been referred to as at 4.18pm to studies of a casualty on the tracks at Bond Street Underground Station.
“Officers attended but sadly a man was declared deceased at the scene.
“His dying isn’t being handled as suspicious. Officers at the moment are working to find his subsequent of kin.”
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TfL Access wrote: “Bond Street station – the station is at the moment closed whereas emergency companies reply to a buyer incident.”
Oxford Street westbound was blocked by Davies Street and Bond Street following the incident.
Motorists have been warned to expect delays.
BBC Radio London Travel (@BBCTravelAlert) tweeted: “A40 #OxfordStreet Westbound is blocked by Davies St/Bond Street Station following an Emergency companies incident. Expect delays.”
Twitter user “Tony B” (@TbBegley) shared a short video showing emergency services outside Bond Street station.
He wrote alongside this: “Something large has occurred at Bond Street Tube. Anyone know what it could possibly be?”
Express.co.uk has contacted the London Ambulance Service for remark.