Rescuers saved 7/7 terrorism victims with sticky tape
Rescuers used Sellotape and hotel tables to treat and move victims of the 7/7 bus bombing, the inquest into the attacks heard yesterday.
Suicide bomber Hasib Hussain, 18, killed 13 people when he blew himself up on a number 30 bus in London’s Tavistock Square on July 7, 2005.
Constable Christopher Mitchell, one of the first police officers to reach the scene, described how rescuers used whatever they could lay their hands on to evacuate casualties.
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