Passengers at Holland Park station during the evacuation
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'Injury risk' during Tube evacuation

There was a "potential for injuries" when Underground passengers were evacuated at a west London station, an investigation found.

There was a "potential for injuries" when Underground passengers were evacuated at Holland Park station over the August Bank Holiday weekend, an investigation has found.

An interim report by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch found that passengers were trapped for four minutes.

The Central Line train was held at Holland Park station after it began to fill with smoke.

Mica Pocock, a passenger, and John Leach, from the RMT union, spoke to BBC London.

  • 25 Oct
  • From the section London