A man was rushed to hospital after being assaulted last night at Southall’s new station.
London’s ambulance service was called at 11:53pm yesterday (September 4) to reports of an assault at Southall station.
An ambulance crew rushed to the scene to treat a man before taking him to hospital.
A spokesperson from the London Ambulance Service told My London: “We were called at 11.53pm yesterday (4 September) to reports of an assault at Southall station.
“We sent an ambulance crew, who treated a man at the scene and took him to a hospital.”
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Southall station opened its new ticket hall over a week ago ahead of the arrival of the Elizabeth line next year.
The new ticket hall, which is built from glass and steel, has a brighter and spacious entrance.
The hall also has three new lifts and a new footbridge to allow for step-free access to all four platforms at the station.
My London is awaiting a response from the British Transport Police.
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