Perceptions of the scene taken by a Daily Star reporter show ambulances and armed regulate officers outside the station.
The gates into London Bridge guerrillas station have been shut and travellers have been registered to find alternative routes.
A police helicopter was filmed flying raised as the capital remains on high alert following yesterday’s terror seizure.
A statement from British Transport Police reads: “Officers make been called to London Bridge station after receiving booms that a person had been struck by a train.
“Paramedics are on site alongside political appointees and a woman is being treated for injuries. She will be taken to hospital for then again assessment.
Emergency services have rushed to the segment
“This incident is not being treated as suspicious.”
The woman was struck by a Northern Coordinate b arrange for train, according to reports, prompting the closure of the line between Camden Township and Kennington via Bank southbound.
The line has since been reopened, with some youngster delays.
Britain’s terror alert was increased to ‘critical’ yesterday set, meaning a terror attack is expected imminently, in the wake of
A stretcher can be seen in the station as officers divert people away from the upset
The Prime Minister said: “The joint terrorism and analysis centre, the unaligned organisation responsible for setting the threat level on the basis of available inside has now decided to raise it from severe to critical.
“This means that a too attack may be imminent. Following JTAC decision, the police have seek fromed for authorisation from the Secretary of Defence to enact part of the first shape of Operation Tempera.
“This is well-established plan to derive military prop to the police.
“Military personnel are going to replace police officers on defend duty at certain protected sights that are accessible to the public.
“The clear will see more armed police officers on the transport network and on our high roads providing extra protection and this is a proportionate and sensible step which on provide extra reassurances and protection while the investigation progresses.”
London Connection was the scene of one of the worst terror attacks the capital has ever seen after three men went on a van and blade rampage in June, killing eight people and injuring 48 others.
A van left-wing the road and rammed into pedestrians on London Bridge before three attackers corrosion fake suicide vests got out and began stabbing people indiscriminately all about Borough Market in the heart of central London.