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2006/07/07 09:20:00 (permalink)

July 7th bombings memorial

Just thought it would be nice to have a thread to remember the people affected by the bombings last year.

RIP to those who died and my prayers go out to people remembering loved ones today
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 09:45:12 (permalink)
    RIP to those who died and i hope all those injured or affected by the blasts can recover as well as they can.

    Thoughts go out to those who lost loved ones and prayers go to the Lord to make sure this never happens again.


     
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:01:40 (permalink)
    I was at Moorgate station when the Liverpool street bomb went off. Crazy! My heart goes out to the victims. A truly awful day.

    regardless of everyone's thoughts on the situation (and my own) I'd hate to see this particular thread get political and I will refrain from further comment out of respect for the intentions of the poster of this topic.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:10:39 (permalink)
    Big respect due to the victims. Sad day indeed for everyone involved and effected (some obviously more than others)

    RIP
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:21:05 (permalink)
    Peace to all
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:31:54 (permalink)
    Thoughts with the familys of victims.

    Just makes you realise how precious life is and we should treasure ever moment with our love ones.

    RIP
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:45:12 (permalink)
    Yeh RIP to the victims.

    Thoughts with peoples' family and friends too.

    Watched the programme about it last night actually, showed some first hand accounts of the events, shocking.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:46:19 (permalink)
    heart goes out to all the victims and their families......

    Regards,
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 11:49:05 (permalink)
    Also remember that its not just RIP to the victims, some of the victims are still alive but have the terrible scars/dissabilities they now have to live with. Obviously my thoughts go out to the families of the victims who died but perhaps even more so the victims who survived but whos lives have changed due to major trauma/dissability/burns etc.


     
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 12:49:25 (permalink)
    Heart and thoughts still with those we lost - not to be forgotten.

    And as Brit says - to those still living with the aftermath and bravely picking up their lives again

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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 12:51:19 (permalink)
    The madness needs to stop.
    Thoughts with those passed and the living victims.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 12:54:02 (permalink)
    R.I.P

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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 12:56:02 (permalink)
    Y.N.W.A.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 13:34:49 (permalink)
    RIP
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 13:46:24 (permalink)
    A defining moment and one where you remember where you were when it happened.

    The Herald of Free Enterprise. The Twin Towers. The stadium fire and the fence collapsing. July 7th. Just thinking about those involved is enough to put a lump in ones throat.

     
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 13:47:20 (permalink)
    As a Londoner as you can imagine I have very stong feelings about this event. I was waiting on a platform trying to get on a south bound train on the Northern line at the time it happened and every time I think of this event, I think "there for the grace of god go I". It could so easily of been me, if my line had been running smoothly that day the chances are high that I would have been on the same train as the guy that ended up on the bus because he couldn't get on a train on my line.


    RIP all the victims, we shall never forget or forgive what happened to you !



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    Just because one can't understand a concept, doesn't mean that it is wrong.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 13:56:01 (permalink)
    Mine was the sheer number of people that tried to call me all day (mobile system kept crashing) - it reminded me of the number of friends I have and how worried I was for them and they me. Makes you feel good but also feel for those who lost people.

    My old job, for the Met, meant had I not been at a business meeting with MT member Cougarman I'd have been working with my ex-collegues helping direct traffic in and around the areas affected. I managed to speak to a few in the evening and many had put in 11 hours helping out. One or two of the PC's had been near Tavistock Square and just got off, walked over and started helping as best they could.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 13:56:38 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: GTM

    It could so easily of been me, if my line had been running smoothly that day the chances are high that I would have been on the same train as the guy that ended up on the bus because he couldn't get on a train on my line.


    RIP all the victims, we shall never forget or forgive what happened to you !



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    Completely agree GTM. A friend of mine lost his life on "that bus". We often saw each other on the platform in the morning, again on the Northern Line. I worked early that day, judging by his timings I'm guessing he was running late. It makes you really stop and take note.
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 14:00:06 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: lradford


    ORIGINAL: GTM

    It could so easily of been me, if my line had been running smoothly that day the chances are high that I would have been on the same train as the guy that ended up on the bus because he couldn't get on a train on my line.


    RIP all the victims, we shall never forget or forgive what happened to you !



    GTM

    Completely agree GTM. A friend of mine lost his life on "that bus". We often saw each other on the platform in the morning, again on the Northern Line. I worked early that day, judging by his timings I'm guessing he was running late. It makes you really stop and take note.


    Sorry to hear LRadford. It makes you sit back and think about life
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    RE: July 7th bombings memorial 2006/07/07 14:03:11 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: lradford


    Completely agree GTM. A friend of mine lost his life on "that bus". We often saw each other on the platform in the morning, again on the Northern Line. I worked early that day, judging by his timings I'm guessing he was running late. It makes you really stop and take note.


    My condolences to you. Stay strong !


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    Just because one can't understand a concept, doesn't mean that it is wrong.
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