A person has died following a collision with a Central Line train between North Acton and West Acton.
Services on the line were suspended between 11.22pm on Friday (October 20) and 12.33am on Saturday (October 21), while emergency services dealt with the incident.
British Transport Police's Network Response team tweeted: "Busy night dealing with a fatality in the pouring rain".
A passenger on the westbound train told getwestlondon the train came to a sudden halt and the driver announced a person had gone under the train.
"Emergency services were at the scene within three minutes and we could hear them walking around the train searching for the person," she said.
"I can still hear the driver's voice in my head. The shock and upset in his voice will stay with me all my life."
Passengers were initially told they should walk the 50 yards to West Acton station but later the train continued to the station and all passengers disembarked.
"The tube station was like a scene from a film, there were at least seven or eight police cars, two fire trucks, a couple of ambulances and a police truck I've never seen before.
"When I got to the station it was carnage and when we left the station the roads were all blocked and there were emergency services vehicles everywhere."
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