Four ill at London Bridge station

Four people have been taken ill at London Bridge station this morning, but the Metropolitan Police has said there was nothing to link the cases at this stage. Network Rail has said there was no gas leak.

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London Bridge Station - three taken to hospital

A London Ambulance Service spokesman said:

"We were called at 8.39am today to reports of a patient taken unwell at London Bridge station.

"We sent two ambulance crews, a single responder in a car, our hazardous area response team and a duty manager.

"Our staff have assessed four patients at the scene who were taken unwell. Three of the patients have been taken to hospital."

Emergency vehicles seen at London Bridge station

Twitter user Helen True shared this photograph of emergency services attending London Bridge station where four people were taken ill.

Helen True took this picture from the offices of the Mental Health Foundation. Credit: mentalhealth.org.uk

Network Rail and TfL dismissed reports of a gas leak and said that overground and underground train services were running as normal.

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Fire Brigade: Called to London Bridge as 'precaution'

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We were called to the London Bridge incident as a precaution. It is over for us now and we’ve handed the scene to @btp_uk #Londonbridge

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Officers at London Bridge station with @londonfire @ldn_ambulance after reports of passengers feeling unwell; all incidents are unconnected.

Fire brigade 'responded to police call' at London Bridge

London Fire Brigade have said they were called by the Met Police to London Bridge after at least three people were taken ill at the train station this morning:

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Our crews responded to a call from the @metpoliceuk to attend #Londonbridge station after four people were taken unwell at the station.

Read more: Metropolitan Police say there is "nothing to link the cases at this stage"

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