Russell Square 'pandemonium' after 7/7 bombing
A survivor of the Russell Square Tube bombing on 7 July 2005 has described the ''utter pandemonium'' after the blast.
Paul Mitchell told the inquest the carriage had been crammed when "an extremely loud pop and a very bright yellow light" went off.
Twenty-six people died in the attack by bomber Germaine Lindsay as the Tube travelled between King's Cross and Russell Square stations in central London.
The BBC's June Kelly reports.
30 Nov 2010