Fire forces passengers off train
Up to 200 passengers were forced to leave a train in south-east London after a small fire on board.
Nobody was reported to have been injured in the incident on Wednesday evening which is said to have involved a fire under a train at Mottingham.
A spokesperson for the London Ambulance Service said its staff checked over a number of passengers at the scene.
The London Fire Brigade was called but it is understood the fire was already out by the time crews arrived.
Southeastern Trains said on its website that train services through Hither Green and Sidcup were subject to delays, cancellations or revision at short notice because of the incident.
Buses are being used to take passengers between Lewisham and Dartford until further notice, it said.
Transport has also been laid on to take passengers between Lee and Dartford until the situation had been resolved.
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