Emergency services were spotted outside Ruislip Manor station on Friday night (December 16) after a person was hit by a train.
Trains between Harrow on the Hill and Uxbridge on the Metropolitan line were suspended on Friday night from around 10pm after reports of the police incident first emerged.
British Transport Police were called to the scene at around 10pm after reports a man had been hit by a train.
The man was rushed to hospital but tragically passed away.
Passengers at Baker Street were told over the tannoy system that Ruislip Manor station was closed because of police incident, and at Harrow on the Hill on a staff member said this was "because of a person under a train."
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Picture from the scene
Drama on the Metropolitan line at Ruislip Manor. Train jerked to a halt. Body under the train. I was in front carriage. pic.twitter.com/6dSCXEHhvP— MarcusManOx (@MarcusManOx) December 16, 2016
This picture from the scene was posted online on Friday night.
The user appeared to have been on the train when it collided with the man.
Death not treated as suspicious
The British Transport Police say the incident is not being treated as suspicious.
A statement added: “The incident is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner.”
Tragically the man has died
British Transport Police have revealed that the man hit by a train sadly died on Saturday morning (December 17).
A statement from police said: “We were called to Ruislip Manor London Underground station at 10pm on Friday 16 December following reports of a person struck by a train.”
“Officers attended the scene and a man was taken to hospital for treatment, where he sadly died this morning [Saturday].”
Police confirm man was rushed to hospital
The British Transport Police have confirmed they were called to the scene after a man was hit by a train.
He was rushed to hospital for treatment after the incident which happened at around 10pm on Friday (December 16).
'Person on the track'
No service Harrow on the Hill to Uxbridge due to a person on the track.— Metropolitan line (@metline) December 16, 2016
Good service on the rest of the line.
This was the first report online of an incident at Ruislip Manor station.
Transport for London’s Metropolitan line Twitter account announced at around 10pm that trains were suspended because of a person on the track
Hillingdon Police attended
Officers with Hillingdon Police were on scene to assist with the “serious incident” at Ruislip Manor.
It was first reported at around 10pm.