Man struck and killed by train at Finchley Road tube station
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Jubilee line closed and traffic chaos after 36-year-old man dies when struck by train
A man has been struck by a train and killed at Finchley Road Tube station.
Police fire brigade and ambulance services were called to reports of a person under a train at the station around 8:30pm on Sunday.
A 36-year-old adult male from Wembley was pronounced dead at the scene.
A spokesman for British Transport Police said the death was being treated as “non-suspicious” and that the man’s family had been informed.
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The incident caused large queues of traffic along Finchley Road as the station was closed and the jubilee line suspended between Willesden Green and Waterloo from 8:40pm until 9:36pm
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