London's Victoria rail station evacuated in bomb scare

LONDON (Reuters) - London's Victoria rail station was briefly evacuated on Tuesday morning after workers on a nearby building site found what they thought was an unexploded World War II bomb.

The station reopened just after 11am with only minor delays to rail services, said a British Transport Police spokesperson.

The "bomb" eventually turned out to be a camping stove gas cylinder, the police added.

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