Hammersmith & City and Circle lines remain suspended due to falling debris risk from Grenfell Tower

 
Rebecca Smith
Emergency services have been searching the building
Emergency services have been searching the building (Source: Getty)

The Hammersmith & City and Circle lines are still running a reduced service due to ongoing investigations into the fire at Grenfell Tower.

Transport for London (TfL) said both lines are suspended between Wood Lane and Edgware Road until further notice.

Trains will operate between Hammersmith and Wood Lane approximately every 15 minutes. Tickets are being accepted on local buses. Please check here for the latest information before you travel.

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The lines are suspended between Wood Land and Edgware Road

The lines were suspended between Wood Land and Edgware Road (Source: TfL)

The lines were closed over the weekend due to concerns that falling debris from the tower could fall onto the track. The building was gutted by an extensive fire in the early hours of last Wednesday, with 58 missing and presumed dead.

The UK observed a minute's silence yesterday in remembrance of those who lost their lives and all those affected by the fire.

The police said yesterday that the number of people presumed dead in the fire has risen to 79.

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