Several people were treated at the scene, but no serious injuries have been reported
A number of people are said to have been injured following reports of a 'minor explosion' at a Tube station in north London.
Police attended Southgate station shortly after 7pm, saying they were responding to a suspicious package.
The station was closed off while police attended the scene.
Officials later tweeted to say a number of people had been treated at the scene.
They also suggested they "do not believe this to be terror related at [this] time".
We remain at Southgate Tube station in London following a reported minor explosion. A small number of people have been treated at the scene by @Ldn_Ambulance.— BTP (@BTP) June 19, 2018
No serious injuries reported and enquiries continue. Continue to follow @BTP and @metpoliceuk.
In a statement, Met Police said they responded to reports "of an explosion and people running".
The statement adds: "Enquires are ongoing to establish the cause of the reported explosion, which appears to have been minor.
"We are not aware of any serious injury."