London Underground: Police appeal to family of woman, 45, who died at Tube station days before Christmas

Police are appealing to the family of a woman who died of cardiac arrest outside a West London Underground station just before Christmas.

Today British Transport Police released an image to identify the next of kin of a woman who died at Northfields Underground station.

BTP said: “Monique Ribeiro, aged 45, very sadly suffered a cardiac arrest outside Northfield Underground station shortly before 7pm on Friday 17 December.

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“Paramedics attended, however sadly, despite their best efforts, she was pronounced dead at the scene.

“Monique was born on 19 November 1976 and was from Portugal, and it is also believed that she has relatives in South Africa.

“However, to assist officers with their enquiries, this image of Monique is now being released.

“Anyone who may have information about Monique is urgently asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 537 of 17/12/21.”

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