London's Northern Line commuters face cancellations and severe delays as emergency services respond to a person on the track on the morning of 13 May. Kennington Station was forced to close following the incident, resulting in the suspension of large parts of the line and delays elsewhere.
Stretches of the Northern Line are currently closed following the incident at Kennington, causing travel chaos for thousands of tube passengers during morning rush hour.
Transport for London (TfL) said currently there is no service between Morden to Moorgate, and between Waterloo and Kennington as a result of the "unfortunate incident which we have no control over".
A spokesperson added: "Tickets are being accepted on local buses, Great Northern, Southern and Thameslink train services".
a London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called at around 6.31am this morning (13 Friday) to reports of a person under a train at Kennington station".
"We sent a number of resources including ambulance crews, an incident response officer and London's Air Ambulance, arriving within seven minutes We treated a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre accompanied by a doctor from London's Air Ambulance."