UK News London Underground: Dramatic video shows raging fireball in middle of Tube tracks
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Kieran Kelly was jailed for two murders but he is suspected to have been responsible for dozens of deaths which were previously ruled as suicidesKelly, who died in 2001, was witness to an 'astonishing' number of apparent suicides on the Tube. Kelly is suspected to have pushed his victims on to the track, and then calmly waited to talk to the police officers afterwards. He would recount how the deceased individual would confide in Kelly about a variety of problems, such as marital issues or something money related, before stepping in front of the incoming train.
A dramatic video taken from a station platform in North West shows a fireball on the track after a fire broke out. The Bakerloo line caught alight at North Wembley station at around lunchtime yesterday (Sunday, November 27).
put the fire down to a fault with the track and there continues to be be minor delays between Queen's Park and & Wealdstone. The video shows the fire dramatically sparking and causing significant smoke on the empty North Wembley station, taken by a male witness who posted the video to TikTok.
Londoners were quick to comment "how is he calmly standing there" while the track was set alight. "I would have started sprinting," one person said.
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"Bro is stood there like it doesn't look like something will explode," another added.
Images later revealed the damage caused to the track which included two gaping holes which Network Rail are working to fully repair. It is unclear exactly what caused the fire, but that are reports that it was an 'electrical fault' on the track, There are no reports of any injuries.
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