Small explosion on London Tube sparks panic and injuries

A small blast inside a carriage at the West London Parson’s Green underground station during the Friday rush hour caused a panicked stampede. Some commuters were trampled and injured, while others were treated for superficial burn injuries from the explosion. Counter-terrorism police have not established if the incident was terror-related. A woman in the carriage said she saw a bag on a seat, from which there was a bang and a flash. Bomb disposal police are examining a suspicious small white bucket with wires coming out of it. Emergency services have rushed en masse to the scene from all over London. On the scene are armed police, British Transport police, six fire engines, 50 firefighters and ambulances. On the scene are armed police, British Transport police, six fire engines, 50 firefighters and ambulances. Counter-terrorism police are present at the scene indicating that an unannounced terrorist investigation is underway They are searching the rest of the train in case of more explosives or witnesses who saw the person who left the bomb and is still at large.The District Line from Edgeware Road to Wimbledon has been suspended, causing chaos on the London underground rail system. 

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