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Casualty on the track closes Barons Court Tube station: District Line is part suspended as TFL investigates

  • Emergency services are currently dealing with an incident on the District Line
  • There is no service between Earl’s Court and Richmond/ Ealing Broadway 
  • The rest of the line is experiencing a ‘good service’, Transport for London says 

London‘s District Line has been part suspended and Barons Court Tube station has been shut following a casualty on the track.

Emergency services are currently responding to an incident that occurred on the line near Barons Court Tube station, Transport for London (TfL) has announced.

A spokesman for TfL has confirmed that there appeared to be a person on the track near Barons Court Tube station, but no further details have been confirmed.

In a website update TfL said: ‘No service between Earl’s Court and Richmond / Ealing Broadway while emergency services deal with a casualty on the track.’ 

While there is no service in some areas, a ‘good service’ is being experienced on the rest of the line

Emergency services are currently dealing with an incident on the London District Line

Emergency services are currently dealing with an incident on the London District Line

The service was part suspended at 2.18pm today following the West Kensington incident.

However, it was said that the rest of the line was experiencing a ‘good service’.

Piccadilly line trains are now also making an additional stop at Turnham Green. 

London Underground tickets are currently being accepted on South Western Railway and London Buses. 

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