Victoria Line part-suspended and Finsbury Park station closed after a woman was struck by a train

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The Victoria Line was suspended between Walthamstow and Kings Cross (Source: Mark Sands)

Finsbury Park station has reopened, and the Victoria Line is running with minor delays, after a passenger was injured earlier this morning.

The station was evacuated in the middle of the morning rush-hour today and the Victoria Line was suspended between Walthamstow and Kings Cross after a person was struck by a train

Fire engines and a police emergency response unit attended after the incident, on the southbound Victoria Line platform.

An official at the station told City A.M. a person was struck by a train. A spokesman for Transport for London (TfL) added that the incident was ongoing.

In a statement this morning, the British Transport Police said:

We were called at around 9.10am this morning to Finsbury Park underground station, after reports that a person had been struck by a train.

A woman is currently being treated at the scene by colleagues from London Ambulance Service.