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BBC reported bodies are still trapped in the commuter train wreckage in the tunnels. Above ground, people from London have started to put up posters of friends and family members, who have gone missing from the moment the bombs went off yesterday morning.

(AFP/Adrian Dennis)

July 8, 2005 -- A friend of a suspected victim is comforted near Tavistock Square, where a terrorist bomb destroyed a bus in London. For the loved ones of those missing and as-yet still accounted for the agony was just beginning.

An account of an employee, a 19 year old French boy who went missing. He normally reported for work between 9 - 9:30 am, and traveled on the subway lines which were attacked. Calls to his mobile phone go unanswered as it changes to voice mail and since the attack, have filled its memory. The parents from France will come over to learn what has happened to their son.

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'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jul 8th, 2005 at 03:57:35 PM EST

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