Paramedics called in after woman struck by train in Finchley Road Tube station
Paramedics are trying to rescue a woman who has been struck by a train at Finchley Road Tube station.
The woman was hit by a northbound Metropolitan line train at around 3pm this afternoon (25).
She is the second person in two weeks to have struck by a train at the station, which has been closed following the incident.
A British Transport Police spokesman confirmed officers had been called to the scene.
He said: “London Ambulance Service and Helicopter Emergency Medical Service paramedics attended to provide treatment to the woman for serious leg injuries.
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“London Fire Brigade also attended the incident, which is currently being treated as non-suspicious.”
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