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The Age Friday, 15 September 2017 ()
Police are investigating after reports of an explosion on an Underground train in south-west London.
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News video: Video shows suspected bomb burning on London tube train

Video shows suspected bomb burning on London tube train 00:22

British police said on 15 September they were treating reports of a blast at Parsons Green station as a "terrorist incident" . Video and photographs uploaded to social media by eyewitnesses showed a white bucket burning inside a London underground train carriage.

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