Ambulance arrives at scene of 7 July bombing in London
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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
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