Glad to know that your OK. I Found an article on CNN about the Tube Train Crash. Here goes:
LONDON, England -- A train on London's Underground hit a tunnel wall and derailed, injuring scores of people and creating a smoky, frightening and panic-stricken scene beneath the centre of the capital.
British Transport Police said most of those hurt in Saturday's crash, including the train's driver, had suffered smoke inhalation or minor wounds and 32 were taken to hospitals for treatment for minor injuries.
First-aid workers treated others for cuts and bruises at the scene of the crash, which occurred just before 2 p.m. (9 a.m. EDT).
"The cause is not yet known, but there is no suggestion it is terrorist-related or caused by crime," police spokesman Philip Trendall told reporters.
In the months since September 11, London's Tube system, with its confined space and huge passenger numbers, has often been spoken of as a potential terrorist target, and that added to passengers' panic on Saturday.
Those aboard the westbound train described a series of powerful jolts, broken glass flying through the air and a frightening few minutes as some doors stuck and people were trapped inside the train.
Several of the train's cars stopped outside the station and some passengers had to walk through several darkened compartments to escape. Smoke and soot filled the air, they said.
Trendall said the smoke came from dust in the tunnel, and that there was no fire.
"The thing just started shaking, glass was shattering," passenger Shaun MacMahon told AP. "Something snapped underneath when we were at Liverpool Street (several stops away). When we got into Chancery Lane the doors just ripped off. I just couldn't get out, people were panicking."
Claire Ellis, her face covered with black dust, said she had gotten trapped in the train.
"I was absolutely panicking, we couldn't get out, all the lights went out and we could see people running along the platform," she said. "We were thinking `This is it, this is the day it happens."'
London's Underground system is the world's oldest and is often criticised for poor maintenance.
Prime Minister Tony Blair's government plans to partly privatise the Underground, selling off parts of the system to the private sector in a bid to generate 16 billion pounds (US$25 million) in investment for the creaking network.
Mayor Ken Livingstone has vehemently opposed the plan, saying it would create serious safety problems, and is challenging it in European courts.
In November, 1987, 31 people died in a fire at London's King's Cross Underground station caused by a discarded match beginning a fire on an escalator. One of the victims was never identified.