7/7 survivor: 'It didn't break London, but it broke some of us"

A 7/7 London bombing survivor, who was caught up in the Aldgate tube blast, has made an emotional speech at a memorial service in Hyde Park.

Emma Craig was just 14, and on her way to a work experience job, when a suicide bomber detonated a device on the tube train she was on.

"Sometimes I feel people are so hell-bent on making a point about terrorism not breaking us, that they forget about the people caught up in it," she said.