This horrifying incident occurred at Park Royal station when a Range Rover lost control, slammed into a Tesla, and then flipped onto a railroad track.
On Monday morning, an accident off the A40 resulted in the death of a woman in her 20s and the injuries of three other people.
The Range Rover, which was carrying two people, veered off the road, crashed through fences and stopped Tesla cars before tumbling along a waiting room roof and coming to rest just before 4 a.m. on the Piccadilly Line.
According to Metropolitan Police, it is thought that the Tesla was parked at a charging station at the Tesla Centre when the crash occurred.
Despite their best efforts, the woman who was inside the Range Rover passed away at the site. The woman, who is in her 20s, was reportedly a passenger in the vehicle, according to the Metropolitan Police.
Another passenger in her 20s was given non-life-threatening medical attention.
The Range Rover’s 20-year-old driver was brought to the hospital in severe condition.
A man in his 50s who is thought to have been with the stationary Tesla received non-life-threatening medical attention for his wounds.
The horrific incident startled Andrew Wood, 61, who lives in the apartments above Park Royal station.
I was sound sleeping when I heard an enormous explosion, he admitted to The Standard. suddenly came the sound of an automobile siren.
I initially believed that someone was breaking into the back garages, but it was actually the car on the track.
Then, everything started to get crazy, with police cars and helicopters flying all over.
There was one loud noise followed by complete silence. It’s awful.
Perhaps the woman fell out before because they set up a blue tent in the Tesla parking lot rather than on the railroad tracks.
Using a crane, they are currently removing the automobile from the tracks.
Additionally, the Tesla has been taken out of the charging station next to Park Royal Tube station.
According to London Ambulance, it sent two incident response officers, three ambulances, an air ambulance, and members of the hazardous area response team to the major event.
Following the collision, the Piccadilly Line has been shut down between Acton Town and Uxbridge. Cordons are still in place, and part of the A40 is closed. Near the scene of the collision, traffic has virtually stopped.
Numerous police officers manned the barricade and directed Tube passengers to adjacent stations. Just a few meters from the abandoned station, some were observed making cab reservations in front of the Hampton hotel.
The road and Piccadilly Line were expected to be closed for a considerable amount of time, according to the police.
The Standard was informed by a resident of adjoining Hanger Court that he awoke early on Monday to the noises and flashing lights of sirens.
He described the event as quite depressing.
The neighboring Park Plaza Hotel is where Vanessa Riffin has been residing.
I’ve only been here for a few days, and I’m surprised. It’s so terrible, I can’t believe it.
The police are seeking witnesses.
To report the crash, dial 101 and use the reference number 905/22 August.