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Armed police called to London Bridge station

Passengers at London Bridge station have reported being evacuated by armed police. According to the Met Police, officers were called after reports of a man on a train making threats.


Time-lapse video shows work at London Bridge

Network Rail have released a video showing track laying at London Bridge last week. Two new platforms have opened at the station this morning.

“The huge amount of work we have completed in the last nine days is an essential part of the jigsaw that will eventually give passengers new more spacious trains running at tube like frequency through central London, and connecting them to more destinations that ever before.

We try our best to minimise the impact on passengers and do most of the work behind the scenes, but there are big pieces of work that can only be completed when the railway is clear of trains and people.

We do this at the quietest times, such as the August bank holiday, but we understand the impact our work has on the daily lives of passengers we’d like to thank them all for bearing with us whilst we got it done.”

– Simon Blanchflower, Network Rail's major programme director

Delays spread to London Bridge station

First Capital Connect says trains between London Bridge and East Croydon are being delayed by up to 20 minutes because of an earlier problem at London Victoria.

Electrocution incident to be probed by safety officials

An incident which left a man with serious burns will be investigated by the Health and Safety Executive.

A police statement said:

Police were called by the London Ambulance Service at 13:16hrs today, Monday, 14 April, to reports of a man suffering burns at London Bridge Street, SE1.

Officers are in attendance along with London's Air Ambulance.

The area has been secured and the matter will be investigated by the Health and Safety Executive.

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