Two men have reportedly been injured in a suspected acid attack at London’s King’s Cross staion.
A spokeswoman for the Met Police said: "Police were called at 1.33hrs on Tuesday, February 12 to reports of an altercation between two groups of males on Argyle Square, Bloomsbury.
"All parties had left the location before officers arrived at the scene.
"Two men were later found nearby with facial injuries reported to have been caused by a corrosive substance."
No arrests have yet been made and the condition of the two victims is currently unknown.
Fire crews, ambulance and police were all pictured at the scene this afternoon.
Some people took to Twitter revealing "someone got splashed with acid", reports Cambridgeshire Live.
Danniella Westbrook wrote on Twitter: “Acid attack at kings cross station, this country really makes me nervous.”
TV presenter India Willoughby said: "Swear I’m psychic. Was at Kings Cross this morning around 11am going up the escalator and ‘acid attack’ popped in my head.
"Two consecutive days of premonition type things. Got to be so careful these days."
The men were taking to hospital, with police saying they "await an update on their condition".
A police statement added: "No arrests have been made.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson has confirmed they took both injured men, found on Crestfield Street, to hospital “as a priority”.
They said: “We were called at 1:52pm today (12 February) to reports of an incident on Crestfield Street, Bloomsbury.
“We sent an ambulance crew and our hazardous area response team (HART) to the scene.
“We treated two people and took them both to hospital as a priority.”
King’s Cross station is one of the busiest in the UK, and is located in the London Borough of Camden on the edge of central London.
It is opposite St Pancras international, the city’s Eurostar terminal.
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