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December 3, 2015 -- London police released a photo of a black male who they believe deliberately pushed a commuter under a Tube train.

The victim was seriously injured but managed to survive being run over by the train.

The crime was reported Dec. 3, 2015.

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A man was seriously injured after allegedly being pushed under a Tube train in front of shocked onlookers at a station in north London.

The man was apparently shoved beneath a Northern Line train at Kentish Town just before midday.

The man suffered serious injuries and is currently being treated by medics, police said.

Firefighters, police and ambulance workers continued to work at the scene into the afternoon.

Mel Westwood, who was travelling on the train that hit the man, told The Sun a group of children were on the platform at the time and may have seen the horrifying events.

She said: "I was in the front carriage just behind the driver and I had my headphones on as we came in but suddenly felt this bump.

"Other people began standing up and I took my headphones out and asked what had happened and was told someone had gone under the train.

"There was a group of young children on the platform with their teacher and they were crying."

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