Central Line part closed following security alert at South Woodford

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TfL said there was "no estimated time as to when this will be resolved" (Source: Getty)
The Central Line has reopened after a section in the east of London closed during rush hour, following a security alert at South Woodford station.
The Tube station was shut and commuters evacuated, with one eyewitness saying it was due to a bomb scare.
Another eyewitness said there was a "suspicious package in the subway".
Police were on the scene, but the station has since been reopened.
The Tube was down between Epping and Leytonstone during the security alert, and there are now some delays on part of the line, Transport for London said.