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7/7 Eye witnessses interviewed in Brunswick Square

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Published on Jun 29, 2007

ITN interview with two female eye witnesses in Brunswick Square who describe being in the first carriage of the Piccadilly Line, they 'thought there was an explosion overhead' (which would be consistent with those who thought something had fallen on to the roof of the train and the image of the destruction to the carriage) and seeing the 'orange light' outside the train, but most astonishingly they claim to have waited just 3 to 4 minutes before being evacuated by the driver along the track to Russell Square; yet probably the most well known survivor of this incident and the most vociferous campaigner for an Inquiry into 7/7, who has yet to address the issue of the Inquiries Act 2005, claims in her BBC diary: "After about 20 to 30 minutes we started to leave the train."

For more information, please see the web site of the July 7th Truth Campaign at: http://julyseventh.co.uk/

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