Helicopter footage has emerged which shows the huge 100-metre police cordon in Sunbury as Metropolitan Police officers search a residential address in connection with the Parsons Green attack.

The footage, which was captured by Reuters news agency, shows a number of police cars and officers around Cavendish Road after it was cordoned off at around 1.40pm.

Emergency services presence in the area remained strong throughout Saturday (September 16) afternoon while Met Police investigated, assisted by Surrey Police .

Residents were given “one minute” to evacuate their homes following the arrest of an 18-year-old in connection with the rush-hour bombing of packed District Line train on Friday (September 15).

A spokesman for Surrey Police said residents were evacuated as a "precautionary measure".

Mojgan Jamali, who lives in Cavendish Road, said she was told by police she had “one minute” to pack her bags and grab her children.

She told the Press Association: “I was in my house with my children and there was a knock at the door from the police.

“They told me to leave. They said: ‘You have one minute to get out of the house and get away.'"

She continued: “I just got out, I got my three children and we left the house and the street. We didn’t know what was going on," she added.

“Earlier the police came around and asked if we could look after another family in our home for a little while, which I was obviously happy to do.

Sunbury terror raid: Video shows Cavendish Road cordoned off during police search in connection with Parsons Green tube attack

“But then they came back later and just said we had one minute.”

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