On September 15th 2017, an explosion went off onboard a crowded Tube train in London. Witnesses described a ‘huge fireball’ in the carriage at Parsons Green, sending a ‘wall of flame’ through the carriage. 29 people were hurt, none seriously. Here’s everything you need to know.
Several people are injured after witnessing a blast on a packed rush-hour commuter underground train in London and police issued a statement that they are treating it as a terrorist incident.
British authorities have confirmed an explosion at Parsons Green underground station was an act of terrorism and that several people have been injured.