In London were closed subway station, Oxford Circus and Bond Street after reports that there had allegedly been a shooting. About it reports The Guardian.

The report said that because of the mass panic, people fled, and armed police evacuated part of Central London in one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Above the city, circling helicopters.

The panic running crowd in the nearby pubs and restaurants, people began to huddle in the basement and the staff had removed the clients from the doors and Windows.

“Please continue to avoid streets Oxford street and Regent street. If you are in the area, go into the building and stay inside for further notifications. Metro station is Oxford Circus and Bond Street remain closed”, – stated in the message transport police on Twitter.

Also the fire brigade of London reported that the call went to three vehicles and 15 firefighters.

However, after inspection, the police found no suspects and evidence that the messages were shooting on the main street of Oxford street are true.

“We found no sign of the suspects, the evidence of the shooting or the victims. Officers are still in place. If you are in the building, stay there if you are on the street in Oxford street, then go from there. Police continue to investigate the territory”, – stated in the message.

Then Oxford Circus and Bond Street re-opened.

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A report of a shooting in the London underground: police shut down two stations 25.11.2017

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