7/7 London Bombings remembered by many in the capital.
On the 7th July 2005 52 people were killed and hundreds injured when four suicide bombers carrying backpacks full of explosives attacked central London.
They travelled on the underground. Also a double-decker bus detonating their bombs.
Three of the four bombs went off just before 08.50 BST. They hit Tube trains at King’s Cross, Edgware Road and Aldgate stations.
An hour later the fourth explosion was on the double-decker bus number 30 in Tavistock Square, not far from Kings Cross.
Ceremonies have been held in London in memory of the victims.
Prime Minister David Cameron said the day of the attacks was “one of those days where everybody remembers exactly where they were when they heard the news” but he said “Britain would not be cowed by terrorism”.
He and London Mayor Boris Johnson were among those who laid wreaths in a silent memorial at Hyde Park at 08:50 BST – the time of the first bombings.
Ynuk.tv spoke to some in the city about the 7/7 London bombings atrocity.
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