Hundreds of Tube passengers were evacuated from one of London's busiest stations after a fire took hold for hours.
London Fire Brigade spent nearly three hours tackling the blaze inside Oxford Circus underground station on Sunday (May 7) night.
Around 400 people had to be evacuated before 35 firefighters arrived on the scene, with Central, Bakerloo and Victoria Line services halted.
A spokesman for the brigade said: "Six fire engines and 35 firefighters and officers were called to a fire in a disused ventilation shaft.
"Gaining access to the fire was difficult as it was located in a non-public area of the station.
"Fire crews from Soho, Euston, Paddington and Lambeth fire stations were at the scene.
"The cause of the fire is under investigation."
The fire erupted at around 9.50pm and brigade had the fire under control by 12.20am.
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