London police are investigating a small explosion at a London Underground station.
Police locked down the station and were said to be investigating a suspicious package: "Enquiries continue but we do not believe this to be terror-related at time", noted the British Transport Police in a public tweet.
A "minor explosion" triggered an evacuation at London's Southgate tube station on Tuesday evening, police said, adding that a number of people received minor injuries. It's not yet clear where in the station the explosion occurred.
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The day begins in Samara, about 650 miles (1,050 kilometers) east of Moscow, with the other teams in the deep Group E. The driver said he ran from the scene because he feared he would be beaten to death.
Specialist police and paramedics rushed to Southgate station and commuters were warned to stay away from the area.
Trains are now not stopping at Southgate Tube station due to concerns over the suspicious package.
British Transport Police said: "We are now dealing with an incident at #Southgate tube station".
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The driver was not seriously injured and taken into Homeland Security custody, Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd told reporters . One of the drivers attempted to flee the scene and was chased by agents, US Border Patrol said in a statement .
First reports to police said a suspicious noise came from inside Southgate tube station.
The Metropolitan Police said: "Inquiries are ongoing to establish the cause of the reported explosion, which appears to have been minor".
It is understood some people have been injury but not seriously.
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This story is developing.