Underground explosions

The driver of the Picadilly train that was going between Russell Square and King’s Cross survived the attack. The bomb exploded in either the 2nd or 3rd carriage of the train. The train was packed, but casualty figures may be lighter than expected, perhaps down to just how packed the train was. We will have to wait and see.

Both drivers involved in the Edgware road bomb are safe, both taken to hospital with shock, with no reports as yet of injuries to Underground staff.

My thoughts are with the familes of the victims, and all those affected.

3 thoughts on “Underground explosions”

  1. Let’s call a spade a spade,Blair has led the Britsh people on a merry dance for the last 5 years,he had me fooled until Iraq.His crocodile tears yesterday are another example of this man’s superb acting ability (remember who his father in law is anyone?).If he feels remorse now why wasn’t he feeling it for the dead soldiers and their families since the invasion of Iraq?I suspect there will be an upsurge in dissatisfaction with Blair in the aftermath of yesterday’s bombings,look what happened to Aznar!
    I give Blair 6 months.

  2. This will galvinise british support for blair. Watch support for the Iraq war increase. If they think they can quell the british people like the spainish they haven’t read there history.
    in my opinion

  3. Innocent people blown to pieces while using public transport will galvanise support for an oil war..hmm,is it just me who thinks that’s an odd perspective?.The British have some experience in quelling I might add…would you like an (Irish) history lesson Simon?

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