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The British Transport Police (BTP) said officers were called to the station just before midday today.
Paramedics also attended the scene.
The man found “seriously injured” has been taken to hospital.
His current condition remains unknown.
The BTP said it believed the injuries were “self inflicted”.
Its statement read: “Officers were called to Euston station at 11.48am this morning… following reports of a man seriously injured onboard a train.
“Paramedics also attended and he has been taken to hospital for treatment.
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“At this stage, it is believed he has sustained self-inflicted injuries.
“Officers remain at the scene conducting enquiries into the full circumstances of what happened, and a cordon is currently in place on platforms 14 and 15.”
More to follow.
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