Fulham Broadway Station Partially Closed After Man Dies

Death reported to be 'medical episode' by police

Fulham Broadway station. Picture: Russell Trebor

Fulham Broadway station on London Underground was partially closed for part of Monday afternoon (23 May) following the death of a man.

A man was taken ill at the station in what police describe as a ‘medical episode’. Despite the efforts of paramedics he was pronounced dead at the scene.

During the incident trains heading towards Wimbledon on the District Line were not stopping at the station.

A spokesperson for British Transport Police "Officers were called to Fulham Broadway station at 3.07pm following reports following a man suffering a medical episode. Paramedics also attended however sadly he passed away at the scene. Officers are now working to identify the man and inform his family."

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said, "We were called today (Monday) at 3.01pm to reports of a person unwell at Fulham Broadway underground station, SW6. We sent a number of resources to the scene including an ambulance, a medic in a response car, an advanced paramedic, an incident response officer and a team leader. We treated a man at the scene but sadly, despite our efforts, he died."

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May 24, 2022