There are delays on the Bakerloo Line this morning after a woman was struck and killed by a train at Regents Park station.
The line was closed between Paddington and Piccadilly Circus earlier, due to a person on the tracks. Service has since resumed but with delays on the entire line.
British Transport Police (BTP) were called to Regents Park station at 7.40am following reports that a woman had been struck by a train.
"Officers attended along with the ambulance service," the BTP said.
"Sadly the woman died at the scene. The incident is not being treated as suspicious. The person will now be identified and their next of kin informed."
Transport for London said initially that the line was experiencing severe delays, but has since updated passengers and said delays on the line are minor.
Minor delays on the line following an earlier customer incident at Regents Park.— Bakerloo line (@bakerlooline) October 7, 2016
Service has resumed with severe delays on entire line due to an earlier customer incident at Regents Park.— Bakerloo line (@bakerlooline) October 7, 2016
No service between Paddington and Piccadilly Circus due to a person on the track at Regents Park. Severe delays on the rest of the line— Bakerloo line (@bakerlooline) October 7, 2016