Passengers are evacuated from Tottenham Court Road due to rumors of a fire, adding to the misery of commuters

Passengers are evacuated from Tottenham Court Road due to rumors of a fire, adding to the misery of commuters

A fire has prompted the evacuation of Tottenham Court Road and the partial suspension of the Northern Line.Passengers have been evacuated from Tottenham Court Road and the Northern Line is part suspended amid reports of a fire

London firefighters responded to reports of smoke emanating from a rail at the Oxford Street Underground station.

As of 8:50 a.m., London Fire Brigade crews were examining the fire alarm.

Three fire engines from the Soho and Euston fire stations were present at the scene.

A fire has prompted the evacuation of Tottenham Court Road and the partial suspension of the Northern Line.

London firefighters arriving at Tottenham Court Road Tube stationFirefighters arriving at Tottenham Court Road Tube station in central London

Transport for London (TFL) stated, “No service between Battersea Power Station and Camden Town via Charing Cross in the northbound direction whilst we respond to a fire incident at Tottenham Court Road.”

‘SEVERE DELAYS on the remaining portion of the line. The acceptance of London Underground tickets on local bus services.

A representative stated, “Earlier today, there was a fire alert at Tottenham Court Road station, however service on the Charing Cross branch of the Northern line has resumed.”

It does, however, imply that the Northern line is currently experiencing significant delays.

At 8.50 a.m., the London Fire Brigade responded, and crews are now investigating the fire alarm.

 

 

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