London’s Notting Hill Gate station has been cordoned off as a large number of emergency services vehicles flood the scene.
Onlookers report that at least 10 police cars and ambulances are on the streets outside the central London station.
One witness has claimed that someone jumped in front of a train as it pulled into the platform.
Pictures from the scene reveal chaos as travellers gather outside the cordoned off station.
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