Tube line delays trigger travel chaos for commuters

Published on : Saturday, October 21, 2017

Tube-line-chaosA certain signal failure at a south London station has adversely impacted the train services between Morden and Tooting Broadway.
There have been many delays on the remaining portion of the line and Bank station has currently been shut down. Passengers have lashed out at Transport for London on various social media platforms as they continue to wait for updates. Karma Filfilan, one of the commuters said that whatever joy they had for Friday had been reduced on account of their cold, dead hands by the utter confusion and chaos of the northern line.
Kings Cross has also been evacuated after an alarm suddenly went off.
Another commuter named Sabina Wills went on to express her disdain about the site.
One of the shocked eye witnesses said that the tube was the busiest ever observed and even as this comment was posted, the person claimed that hundreds of people have been cramming out of the station.
The staff of the station activated the alert since people were almost close to getting crushed on the packed line.
One tube station worker said that people ‘were falling over each other’ amidst the immense chaos and confusion.


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