Police and paramedics are at Piccadilly Circus station after a person was struck by an underground train on Wednesday (May 24) morning.
British Transport Police (BTP) was called at 10.31am to reports of a person being hit by a Piccadilly line train on the Eastbound platform.
No further details are known about the individual, but they are being treated at the scene.
The incident is not being treated as suspicious.
As a result there is disruption on the London Underground , with the Piccadilly Line suspended between Kings Cross and Hammersmith, meaning there is no service to west London stations such as Earls Court and South Kensington.
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That's all folks
With the return to normal of the Piccadilly line, we’re wrapping up this blog.
Remember, you can read our report on the incident and subsequent delays here.
Our thoughts remain with the injured man and his family and friends.
TfL has updated its Piccadilly line status to a ‘good service’.
That means there are no major disruptions on the whole of the London Underground at present.
Footage of emergency services at the scene
Problems still persisting
West London delays on the Piccadilly line
TfL says the Piccadilly line is running to minor delays between Acton Town and all Heathrow Terminals, but there are still severe delays between Acton Town and all Heathrow Terminals
Severe delays continue
TfL saying there are still severe delays on the Piccadilly line
Emergency services at the scene
We’ve put together everything we know so far about the incident. You can read it here.
Stretcher at the station
This photo by Shekhar Majhanov shows a stretcher being taken into the station
Man in 'critical condition'
BTP has told getwestlondon that a man has been taken to hospital in a critical condition by London Ambulance Service.
BTP reiterated the incident is not being treated as suspicious.
Piccadilly Circus open
The station has also reopened with trains stopping there.
TfL has told getwestlondon that the part-suspension between King’s Cross and Hammersmith has been lifted. However, the entire line is still running to severe delays.
Tickets accepted on London buses
With the part-suspension and severe delays hampering commuters, TfL say tickets are being accepted on the local buses.
'All emergency services attending'
Severe Piccadilly line delays
However, over the past few minutes TfL is now reporting severe delays along the whole Piccadilly line network.
TfL: Line part suspended
Transport for London had initially reported minor delays and the part suspension between Hammersmith and King’s Cross stations.
At this point we do not have any details of the person hit by the Tube train, or their condition.