On 7th July 2005, the city of London was rocked by a series of terrorist blasts during the morning rush hour, targetting three underground trains and one iconic red London bus. A total of 56 people died, including four suicide bombers.
There is currently an inquest in London into the tragic events of that day. This week the coroner Lady Justice Hallett was quoted as having said “I have no doubt that everybody who’s listened to the evidence throughout these proceedings would agree that you deserve proper funding and proper recognition” about the London Air Ambulance.
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