Oxford Street mayhem because of 'quarrel' between two men: Police

London's Oxford Circus range was put on transitory lock down after police got reports of shots being discharged 

The episode at the bustling Oxford Circus territory here on Friday that started a "mass departure" and left 16 individuals harmed was caused by a "fight" between two men, police stated, discounting a fear assault.

The Oxford Circus zone, one of the busiest shopping zones in the core of the city, was put on brief lockdown after police got reports of shots being discharged.

Be that as it may, Scotland Yard later discharged CCTV pictures, saying a squabble between two men prompted the mayhem in the region.

"We are discharging CCTV pictures of two men we might want to talk with, following the occurrence at Oxford Circus prior today," the Metropolitan Police said.

The British Transport Police (BTP) said the fight occurred inside the bustling Oxford Circus underground prepare station, "setting off a mass clearing".

"Officers trust a fight ejected between two men on the stage. They might now want to address these two individuals in the CCTV pictures, who they accept may have data about the episode and the conditions around the occurrence," a BTP proclamation said.

"They might likewise want to address any individual who was at the station or in the range at the time and saw or heard anything that would have caused mass clearing," it included.

One individual was exchanged to a noteworthy injury community for leg wounds, while eight individuals were taken to focal London healing facilities for minor wounds. Another seven patients were dealt with at the scene.

The London Ambulance Service said the wounds were maintained as travelers fled from Oxford Circus Tube station, in what witnesses said was "a charge".

Police said they got reports of shots being discharged at various areas close Oxford Street, keeping up that there was "noteworthy" frenzy. Yet, later they found no proof of any suspects or any gunfire and educated the general population that it was sheltered to come back to the range.

"Our reaction on Oxford Street has now been remained down. In the event that you looked for protection in a building please now leave," the Met said in an announcement.

"We have not found any hint of suspects, proof of shots discharged or losses," it included.

The police had, before, said that given the idea of the reports, they had reacted as if the occurrence might have been "psychological oppressor related".

Furnished officers and discharge motors had been hurried to the zone, where observers announced scenes of the rush as reports of suspected shots being discharged caused frenzy and bedlam.

The Oxford Circus and a neighboring range were put under brief lockdown as police explored the reason for the frenzy. BBC columnist Helen Bushby said she had seen a "mass charge" of individuals fleeing from the underground station at Oxford Circus.

Individuals had been "shouting and crying," she said.

Two underground stations in the core of the city - the Oxford Circus and Bond Street - which had been closed down, revived not long after and the zone is by all accounts coming back to commonality.

The constantly bustling zone was especially hurling with hordes of customers and travelers by virtue of the overall Black Friday rebate shopping day.