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{†} 7/7 ~ 3rd Anniversary {†}

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ஐ+*¨^¨*+e+*¨^¨*+ஐ Mildred Honkinbottom

ஐ+*¨^¨*+e+*¨^¨*+ஐ Mildred Honkinbottom Report 7 Jul 2008 09:23

Remembering all those who lost their lives on the 7th July 2005.

Thinking of all those injured, maimed and struggling to come to terms with what they witnessed first hand.

And lastly a thank you to all those emergency services who worked so hard that day, and to the ordinary public who helped others in need that day



ForeverMystified Report 7 Jul 2008 09:31

Same here, emergency services and general public really deserve to be commended for their bravery.


AnninGlos Report 7 Jul 2008 09:35

Thinking of them all. And of the work constantly done by the emergency services.

there must be many still who are still suffering the trauma of being injured or even of witnessing the injuries of others, and their families. They are all in my thoughts.



ButtercupFields Report 7 Jul 2008 09:50

Will always remember... Thinking of everyone involved that awful day. BC XX

julia of sussex

julia of sussex Report 7 Jul 2008 10:07

Thinking of the families who lost loved ones on that dreadfull day

julia x


ButtercupFields Report 7 Jul 2008 14:06

It was so nice, but poignant, to see the mounds of flowers left at Edgware Road station today. Apparently they will all be taken over to St Mary's Hospital, where most of the victims were taken on that day.

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 7 Jul 2008 14:39

Special thoughts for all those involved or affected by the dreadful, tragic things that happened on that day. The young man whose parents keep the local newsagents lost his bride to be, in the bus bombing - they were due to be married in the September. How sad he must be feeling still as he and both families think of what might have been. He had to give up the apartment they had been renting together too, so that link was gone too, I know he was heartbroken but haven't seen him lately so hope he is moving on with his life and will find happiness again one day.