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#53780 07/07/05 04:11 PM
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Sounds like he had a close call. Glad to hear he's all right.

It's been a good few years since I've even set foot in central London, but it's scary to see such pictures from places you know well. That stretch of the Piccadilly line between Kings Cross and Russell Sq. is one I've traveled along many times.

United we shall stand.
Hear hear! Thank you all.

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#53781 07/07/05 06:18 PM
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Lets all take a moment and offer a prayer for those in London.
You have my condolences and prayers.

May all this senseless terror come to an end !

#53782 07/07/05 08:21 PM
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I'm with all of you in offering my condolences and my prayers to those who will grieve losses today as well as those who will continue to stand and fight against cowardly extremists.

Nice graphic, Paul. I'm with you there, too.

#53783 07/08/05 02:40 AM
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Yes I must say I agree,
This certainly is a sombre moment. [Linked Image]
However, to quote the Mayor of London:
Us Londoners, indeed the English people as a whole, are a resilient bunch, we will get through this!.
I have to also say, that the London Emergency Services, performed without failure whatsoever and to a certain degree, they need to take a great tip of thier collective hats, as to their speed and their professionalism, in preventing this incident from becoming worse than what it did, in the aftermath.
An incident like this is every Emergency services worst nightmare, but it just goes to show how prior training can lessen the suffering of those directly involved.

#53784 07/08/05 02:43 AM
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I don't mean to carry this on too far, but is there any update on the number of casualties?.
Personally, 1 is too many. [Linked Image]

#53785 07/08/05 06:48 AM
Joined: Jul 2002
Posts: 680
Another sad day in history. I hope the friends and families of the injured and killed find the strength to get through this horrible time.

#53786 07/08/05 08:25 AM
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Thanks to all of you for your gentle comments, all much appreciated.

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#53787 07/08/05 12:13 PM
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I don't mean to carry this on too far, but is there any update on the number of casualties?.

Updated summary story from the BBC here, with links to many other pages:

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