The damaged Tube carriage between King's Cross and Russell Square, 7 July 2005
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7 July inquest: Injured woman feared being left behind

A passenger who lost both legs in a Tube bombing said she was worried she would be "left behind" because her injuries were so severe.

Gill Hicks was on the Russell Square Tube when bomber Germaine Lindsay detonated a bomb on 7 July 2005, killing 26 people.

She told the coroner that she remembered "talking quite a lot and wanting to appear absolutely awake".

June Kelly reports from the Royal Courts of Justice.

  • 01 Dec 2010
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