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Finsbury Park evacuated: Tube station shut after woman hit by train on Victoria line

PUBLISHED: 09:36 12 July 2016 | UPDATED: 11:15 12 July 2016

Finsbury Park station has been evacuated (Picture: Sam Gelder)

Finsbury Park station has been evacuated (Picture: Sam Gelder)

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Finsbury Park Tube station was evacuated this morning after a woman was hit by a train during the rush hour.

Finsbury Park station has been evacuated (Picture: Sam Gelder)Finsbury Park station has been evacuated (Picture: Sam Gelder)

She was hit by a southbound train on a Victoria line platform and was treated at the scene.

Hundreds of people were told to find another route for their journey after staff cleared the station, which also has Piccadilly line platforms, at about 9.10am with alarms blaring out into the street.

The Victoria line was suspended between Seven Sisters and King’s Cross St Pancras, and ran with severe delays on the rest of the line.

The station fully reopened at about 11.10am.

Police and ambulance staff outside Finsbury Park station on Tuesday morning (Picture: Sam Gelder)Police and ambulance staff outside Finsbury Park station on Tuesday morning (Picture: Sam Gelder)

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