The man who died after being hit by a Piccadilly line train at Hounslow East station was aged in his 60s, police have confirmed.
Just after lunchtime on Monday (February 27), emergency services were called to the station and London Underground services were suspended because of "a person on the track."
It was later revealed that a man had been hit by a train and killed at around 12.30pm.
A statement from British Transport Police said: "A man has sadly died after he was struck by a Piccadilly line train at Hounslow East station this afternoon.
"Officers from BTP were called to the station just before 12.30pm, they attended alongside paramedics from London Ambulance Service."
The incident is not being treated as suspicious and has been passed on to the coroner.
On Tuesday afternoon (February 28), BTP confirmed the man who died was in his 60s but has not released any formal identification.
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