- Person underneath a sight during Victoria London Underground hire sparks transport chaos
- Passengers faced serious delays heading into rush hour after a occurrence during 3pm
- Trains are now interlude as normal says Transport for London
Scott Campbell For Mailonline
Commuters faced transport disharmony after a chairman was strike by a sight during London’s Victoria Station.
The Circle and District Lines were tormented with serious delays heading into rush hour after a occurrence during 3pm today.
A orator for Transport for London told MailOnline: ‘There was a chairman underneath a sight during Victoria Station.
‘Customers should check a TfL website for live adult to date transport information.’
The occurrence during Victoria Tube hire plunged some of a Underground network (pictured above) into chaos
It is supposed that a occurrence has now been resolved and trains are interlude during a hire as normal.
An progressing refurbish from TfL said: ‘Severe delays between Tower Hill and Richmond / Ealing Broadway due to a patron occurrence during Victoria.
‘Also, westbound trains are not job during Victoria. Tickets are being supposed on internal buses.’
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