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One of a busiest stations on London’s transport complement was evacuated Friday morning after a sight carriage filled with smoke. London Fire Brigade pronounced crews were questioning “smoke arising during height level” during Oxford Circus station. Passenger Tom Singer tweeted a sketch of fume stuffing a carriage of a Baker loo Line sight during a station.
Another print posted by Joe Bunting showed passengers in a hazed transport automobile covering their mouths and noses. British Transport Police pronounced a officers were on a stage though a means “is not now being treated as suspicious.” Passengers contend staff systematic everybody to leave only before 9 am (0800 GMT) on Friday. There were no evident reports of injuries.