Euston chaos as all trains halted after a boy, 14, fell from bridge at Wembley Railway Station


ALL trains at London Euston station are delayed or cancelled after a boy was injured in a fall from a bridge close to Wembley Central, police mentioned.

Officers raced to Wembley Railway Station alongside emergency companies at 4.25pm to reviews of a boy injured.

 Trains at London Euston Station have either been delayed or cancelled this evening

Trains at London Euston Station have both been delayed or cancelled this nightCredit score: @RyanMorrisonJer/ Twitter

 Commuters were seen packed like sardines on the platform at the station

Commuters have been seen packed like sardines on the platform on the stationCredit score: @LipspeakerLinzi/ Twitter

 Network Rail confirmed the delays have been caused by a trespasser on the tracks

Community Rail confirmed the delays have been brought on by a trespasser on the tracksCredit score: @RyanMorrisonJer/ Twitter

 Barriers have been placed across the entrance to prevent more people for coming into the station

Boundaries have been positioned throughout the doorway to stop extra folks for coming into the stationCredit score: @RyanMorrisonJer/ Twitter

The boy, who’s believed to be 14 reportedly fell from a bridge and was discovered on the scene.

It’s unclear what’s situation is now.

Photos on social present a sea of commuters on the principle platform beginning on the empty boards making an attempt to get house tonight.

One other picture reveals boundaries throughout the doorway to cease folks from coming into the station.

All major traces are at present blocked between London Euston and Watford Junction.

The London Underground Bakerloo line can be suspended between Queens Park and Harrow & Weadlstone till additional discover.

London Overground trains are all not operating between London Euston and Kilburn Excessive Street, and trains won’t cease at Wembley Central.

Community Rail mentioned they count on disruption to final till the tip of service tonight.

Passengers on totally different trains that had been stopped on the tracks complained about being left in the dead of night.

One on Twitter mentioned: “Been caught on a stationary practice simply outdoors Euston for the previous 70 minutes.

“Did I point out the lights have been turned off? We’re being saved in the dead of night – actually and metaphorically.”

The Solar On-line has contacted the British Transport Police for remark.

Each practice on account of go away from Euston tonight has both been delayed or cancelled.

Virgin Trains clients are ready to make use of their tickets on LNER trains between Kings Cross and Edinburgh, London Notrthwestern Railway between Euston and Birmingham New Road/Crewe and on Chiltern Railways between Marylebone and Birmingham New Road.

Metropolitan Police mentioned: “Police have been referred to as to Wembley Railway Station at 4.25pm on Friday to reviews of a boy injured after a fall from a bridge.

“Officers attended together with the London Hearth Brigade and British Transport Police. A boy believed to be 14 years previous was discovered injured.

“An air ambulance has additionally been referred to as to the scene. Police are liaising with Community Rail and practice operators to make the scene secure.”

A BTP spokesperson mentioned in an announcement: “BTP officers have been referred to as to Wembley, London, on Friday, 25 October, following a report of a priority for welfare for a male near Wembley Central station.

“The incident was reported to police at 16:25pm.

“BTP officers attended the scene alongside the London Ambulance Service and the person has been taken to a spot of security.”

 Disruption is expected to last until the end of service tonight

Disruption is anticipated to final till the tip of service tonightCredit score: @Sad_Popoto/Twitter

 The Bakerloo and London Overground lines are also affected

The Bakerloo and London Overground traces are additionally affected

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