Twenty-two people have been injured after an explosion on a London tube train this morning.
Many have suffered flash-burns while others were injured in the stampeded to get out of Parsons Green station
Police have confirmed that they are treating it as a terror incident and a manhunt is now underway.
Nicole Gernon has more
Emergency services were called to the scene at Parsons Green Station in West London at around 8.20 this morning.
Passengers on the District Line train reported seeing a flash and a white bucket in a shopping bag exploding into flames
Witnesses describe an acrid smell and wires hanging from the bucket, leading some to suggest that the device only partially detonated.
Britian's NHS says 22 people are now being treated at four hospitals - mostly for flash burns - some others were injured in the stampede to get out of the station.
The District Line remains partly suspended and a wide Cordon is in place around the station, with people ordered to leave their homes.
Police say they're treating it as a terrorist incident and are appealing for anyone who has footage to forward it to them
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has condemned the incident:
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney expressed his shock at the incident.
He added there have been no indications of any Irish citizens affected, adding that anyone with concerns can contact his department on 00353 (1) 4082527.
Donald Trump, meanwhile, hit out at 'loser terrorists' following the incident:
The British Prime Minister has been meeting with the Cobra crisis to discuss the incident.