COPS, paramedics and firefighters dashed to a London Tube station this night after tragedy unfolded as commuters headed residence.
Officers have confirmed a person died at Bond Street after he was hit by a practice.
The casualty fell in entrance of a Central Line service.
The station was evacuated whereas an investigation is carried out.
All eastbound Central Line trains had been suspended between White Metropolis and Leytonstone.
There have been additionally extreme delays alongside the remainder of the road, and Tube tickets are being accepted on buses.
Transport for London staff in hi-vis jackets had been seen hugging outdoors the station.
Matt Smith, a reporter for the Chiswick Calendar newspaper, was onboard the service on the time of the horror.
He stated: “Somebody has simply jumped in entrance of a Central Line practice at Bond Road station (I used to be sat within the entrance carriage).
“Station has been evacuated and passengers at the moment are being requested to go away the carriage.
“The driving force made an announcement and sounded audibly shaken. Needed to strive thrice to talk.
“Paramedics, police and hearth engines are pouring into Oxford Road & an air ambulance.”
British Transport Police stated tonight: “We had been known as at 4.18pm to experiences of a casualty on the tracks at Bond Road Underground Station.
“Officers attended however sadly a person was declared deceased on the scene.
“His dying is just not being handled as suspicious.
“Officers at the moment are working to find his subsequent of kin.”
Officers from London Fireplace Brigade stated firefighters had been known as to an “incident on the station”.
“An individual was hit by a practice and sadly died on the scene,” a spokesperson stated.
The driving force was audibly shaken… he tried thrice to talk
“Two hearth engines attended from Soho hearth station and the incident was beneath management by 5.03pm.”
Transport for London say Bond Road has since reopened.
In a tweet, officers stated: “The station is now open.
“All trains at the moment are stopping usually on the station.”
Motorists have been warned to anticipate delays.
Oxford Road westbound is at the moment blocked by Davies Road and Bond Road.