One person's been killed after they were struck by a train at a north London Tube station.
Emergency services were called to Turnpike Lane station shortly after 7pm.
A Transport for London spokesman confirmed a person was found dead at the scene.
Severe delays on the entire line, due to an earlier customer incident.
Tube passengers on the Piccadilly line face severe delays as a result.
Services have been suspended between King’s Cross and Cockfosters.
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Former Transport for London Commissioner Sir Peter Hendy will start his first day on the job as the new chairman of Network Rail today.
He was installed in the job by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin late last month. It's hoped he can help rescue Britain's rail network after over-running engineering work at stations such as London Bridge led to a catalogue of delays for commuters. He is expected by the government to undertake a review of Network Rail's investment programme over the next few months.
London Underground boss Mike Brown is taking over as the interim TfL Commissioner until a permanent replacement is recruited.