Jubilee line suspended after ‘smoke’ seen in tunnels – Fire alert
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Transport for London (TfL) has part suspended the Jubilee Line this morning following reports of smoke at Canary Wharf underground station.
TfL confirmed it was responding to a fire this morning and has closed Canary Wharf station while it responds to the incident.
Trains on the Jubilee Line will not stop at the station this morning, while other lines – including the DLR and Elizabeth Line – remain open.
Speaking to MyLondon, a witness said they saw smoke in the tunnels this morning as they travelled through London Bridge.
They said they saw the smoke “at London Bridge and Canada Water” en route to Canary Wharf station.
The commuter added that it was clearly “making its way through the tunnels”, with the underground network appearing “more hazy” than usual.
They said the two stations were “obviously filled with thick smoke”.
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