'I feared the whole train would blow up': Man whose hair was burned in tube explosion says he was 'lucky to get away' as victims describe human stampede to flee bucket bomb aftermath

Commuters have spoken of their horror after being caught in the bucket bomb tube blast which has left 22 people injured.  
Terrified passengers described the terrifying stampede after they feared a 'whole train would blow up'.
Peter Crowley, who was travelling on the District Line this morning, said his head has been 'charred' after a fireball engulfed his train at Parsons Green in west London. 
Emma Stevie, 27, was on the train when the explosion happened at Parsons Green, in south-west London, and was caught in a 'stampede' and crush on the station steps. 
Ms Stevie said people - including children and a pregnant woman - were crushed as they lay on the floor while commuters tried to flee.
Other commuters at the scene said they were 'thrown around' by panicked crowds shouting 'there's a man, there's a man' before running from the area.
Officers have identified a man believed to be the bomber after identifying him on CCTV footage after a bucket bomb was detonated on the District line in Parsons Green. 
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At least 22 people have been injured in the blast, which was triggered with a timer, police said.
'I feared the whole train would blow up': Man whose hair was burned in tube explosion says he was 'lucky to get away' as victims describe human stampede to flee bucket bomb aftermath 'I feared the whole train would blow up': Man whose hair was burned in tube explosion says he was 'lucky to get away' as victims describe human stampede to flee bucket bomb aftermath Reviewed by Alexander Von Stern on 07:20:00 Rating: 5