A teenager has pleaded guilty to killing a man who suffered fatal injuries outside a north-west London Tube station.

Gabriel Silvera, 19, of Uxbridge Road, Pinner, appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Monday, June 3 where he pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

The plea was accepted by the court and Silvera was remanded in custody to appear at the same court for sentencing on August 23.

Dragos Carabineaunu, 46, was critically injured in an incident outside Burnt Oak Underground Station, in Watling Road, Edgware, just before midnight on October 27.

Police were alerted shortly after 5am by hospital staff when he was brought in for treatment.

Times Series: Dragos CarabineaunuDragos Carabineaunu (Image: Met)

Dragos, who was from Burnt Oak, remained at St Mary’s Hospital in a critical condition before he died from his injuries on November 1.

Detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command arrested Silvera on suspicion of murder five days later.

Times Series: Gabriel SilveraGabriel Silvera (Image: Met)

He was charged on November 7 and remanded in custody.

Det Ch Insp Linda Bradley, leading the investigation, said: “Nothing can bring Dragos back to his loved ones, however, I am pleased that this guilty plea has spared them the experience of a trial, where they would have once again heard the details of the incident that took Dragos from them.

"Our thoughts are with them.”