Fulham have sent a message of support on Twitter to anyone affected by the Parsons Green terror attack.

This morning at 8:20am an improvised device was exploded on a tube train at Parsons Green station in West London, with pictures of the apparent bomb showing a white builders bucket on fire with wires strewn across the floor. Eyewitnesses on the tube train have described to various news outlets that a fireball went down the carriage when it was exploded. Scotland Yard recently confirmed to the BBC that the explosion is being treat as a terrorist incident and that hundreds of police officers and the MI5 are now investigating the matter.

And now Fulham, who are only a mile away and whose local tube station Putney Bridge is on the same line as Parsons Green, have sent a message of support to those who were affected by the incident. They said: “Our thoughts go out to all those affected by the incident at Parsons Green this morning.”

Reports from Sky News say that 22 people including children were injured in the blast this morning with most suffering from flash burns. It is also believed that some were injured in the mad rush to leave Parsons Green station following the injury. The Daily Express reported the first images of the injuries suffered in the blast  (Warning: Graphic images of burns on link) with victim Peter Crowley uploading images to social media of his charred scalp and his hair which parts of had been burned off.

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