British authorities are investigating an incident at Oxford St. and underground at Oxford Circus tube station in London after reports shots were fired, but ended up finding there was no evidence of a shooting.

"To date police have not located any trace of any suspects, evidence of shots fired or casualties," a spokesperson for London's Metropolitan Police Service said in a statement.

Only one woman has sustained minor injuries so far since emergency services were alerted about 4:43 p.m. local time, per British Transport Police.

Metropolitan armed and unarmed officers are responding to the incident with BTP colleagues as if it is "terrorist related," an earlier written statement read.

Social media has been flooded by footage of chaotic scenes as people fled the busy shopping and dining precinct.

Police said their response was "stood down" shortly after 1 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday.

"Our response on #OxfordStreet has now been stood down. If you sought shelter in a building please now leave, and follow the direction of police officers on the ground if you need assistance," police tweeted, explaining they had received calls indicating shots were fired and responded as if it was a terrorist incident.