A person is fighting for his life in hospital after being struck by a London Underground train.
The Piccadilly Line was part-suspended on its west London stretch following the incident at Piccadilly Circus on Wednesday (May 24) morning .
British Transport Police was called at 10.31am and said a man was hit by a Piccadilly line train on the eastbound platform.
officers are not treating the incident as suspicious.
The male was treated at the scene by paramedics and has been taken to hospital in a critical condition.
The part-suspension was lifted at around 11.15am, but Transport for London (TfL) said severe delays are still affecting the entire line.
Immediately after the incident, the Piccadilly line was suspended between Hammersmith and King’s Cross.
On Twitter there were reports of a strong emergency services presence, with one image showing a stretcher being taken into the station.
TfL said it is accepting tickets on local bus services.
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