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 Saturday, 25 January, 2003, 17:02 GMT
In pictures: Tube crash
A tube train derailed in central London on Saturday leaving more than 30 people injured.

The rescue operation involved police, fire and ambulance crews. Eyewitnesses described the incident as "terrifying".

Chancery Lane station
Chancery Lane was sealed off as rescue teams set to work

The rescue operation was well organised
There were 800 people travelling on the train when it crashed

Marian Cassidy
Marian Cassidy was on her way to a job interview when the train derailed

Chancery Lane
More than 30 people were taken to hospital with minor injuries

Ambulances wait outside the station
Ambulance crews ferried the injured to hospital

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"British Transport Police aren't aware of any injuries or fatalities at this stage"
  Richard, local shop worker
"All the emergency services are here"

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