Dramatic moment hero Tube passengers 'jump on tracks to help after woman fell off mobility scooter' and was hit by train | The Sun

THIS is the dramatic moment hero Tube passengers appear to jump on the tracks and help a woman who fell off her mobility scooter before being hit by a train.

King's Cross Tube Station, London, was evacuated at 1.45pm on Saturday after the horror unfolded.

Emergency services rushed to the scene where the victim reportedly came off the electric motor whilst making her way down the platform.

London Ambulance Service said they treated the woman at the scene for head injuries.

She was then taken to a major trauma centre with potentially life-changing injuries.

In a video circulating online and understood to be of the same incident, a group of men were filmed risking their lives on the tracks as they tried to help – with an incoming train minutes away.


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Panicked bystanders can be heard in the video telling the men on the tracks "take off her shoe" in a bid to save her.

As chaos unfolded on the platform for the Victoria Line train, an abandoned mobility scooter can be seen in the clip.

British Transport Police said the incident is not being treated as suspicious.

A spokesperson said: "Officers were called to King's Cross Underground station at 1.42pm following reports of a casualty on the tracks.

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"Colleagues from London Fire Brigade and London Ambulance Service also attended, and a person has been taken to hospital with what are believed to be potentially life-changing injuries.

"The circumstances of the incident have been investigated and are not being treated as suspicious."

The station was quickly cleared before reopening later that afternoon.

Transport for London said: "The station was closed due to an obstruction on the track on the Victoria line.

"The line was shut at 13.45 and reopened at 15.44."

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