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Finsbury Park station reopens after train death

11:14 10 August 2012

Finsbury Park Station this morning

Finsbury Park Station this morning

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Finsbury Park station is open again after being closed this morning when a man was struck by a train.

The Victoria Line is also running now but is operating with severe delays.

A man was pronounced dead at the station after being hit by a northbound Victoria Line train at 8.44am.

Police are treating the death is being treated as non-suspicious.

It’s the second time in a week that the station has been closed due to a passenger incident. On Monday, a woman sparked a security alert when she allegedly attacked a PCSO and made her escape along the Tube tunnel.

She was later arrested on suspicion of trespass and assault.

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