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UK News BREAKING: Chaos on tube as commuters choke on smoke during rush hour evacuation after fire alert at Manor House

12:40  31 january  2020
12:40  31 january  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Chaos has broken out at Manor House Tube station in north London leaving commuters choking on smoke as they evacuate after a fire alert . People were seen piling onto escalators as smoke gathered in the station this morning. There are severe delays on the Piccadilly line, Transport for

A fire alert caused Manor House station to be evacuated , and commuters arriving at the stop had to walk half a mile to Finsbury Park to continue their journey. One person said: "Teeny panic being stuck in tube tunnel while carriage fills with smoke , people screaming & choking . Fire at manor house

Chaos has broken out at Manor House Tube station in north London leaving commuters choking on smoke as they evacuate after a fire alert.

People were seen piling onto escalators as smoke gathered in the station this morning.

There are severe delays on the Piccadilly line, Transport for London said on social media.

London Fire Brigade have confirmed that they are responding to a fire alert at the station.

One Twitter user at the scene reported that the train they were on caught on fire at the station.

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