At least 33 killed in terror attacks
POLICE have confirmed more than 33 people have died in today's terror attacks in London.Seven people died in the first blast in a Tube tunnel 100yds from LiverpoolStreet Station and 21 died in a blast between King's Cross and Russell Square.
POLICE have confirmed more than 33 people have died in today's terror attacks in London.
Seven people died in the first blast in a Tube tunnel 100yds from Liverpool
Street Station and 21 died in a blast between King's Cross and Russell Square.
A further five people died at Edgware Road station in an explosion involving three trains.
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Brian Paddick, Deputy Assistant Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police, said there were also deaths in a bus blast in Upper Woburn Square but no figures are available.
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