Description: NEWSFEED: 7/6/05, LONDON TERRORIST BOMBING ATTACKS, TRAIN AND DOUBLE DECKER BUS, 50 KILLED, 100'S INJURED ;DX - EXT - London, bombing attacks, aerials of Aldgate Station with EMS, and police presence (same as 81408 location) ;DX - EXT - London, bombing attacks, aerials, pull back same location, police and EMS presence on ground ;DX - EXT - London, ground level, police and crowds presence after bombing attacks, lots of police and EMS angle looks crowded ;DX - EXT - London, aerials same location after bombing attacks, looking like most of the activity has left area ;DX - EXT - London, workers erect tent for Triage after bombing attacks, police and EMS presence ;DX - EXT - London, ground level, l/s street with ambulances lined up either side, police, etc...more chaotic look, after bombing ;DX - EXT - London, ground level, car pulls up out jump rescuers in orange jump suits labeled Doctor, men in haz mat suits ;DX - EXT - London, aerial same Aldgate Station ;DX - EXT - London, aerial, clean up of triage and emergency tents after bombing Aldgate Station ;lots of digitizing on this 2nd half, scrambled signal not usable ;DX - EXT - London, door opens at 10 Downing Street, man exits reads statement, audio no good ;DX - EXT - London, police patrol street, some good mostly keeps flicking and digitizing images ; DX - EXT - London, wounded ground level, people standing about, some with bandages on face, etc... ;lots of breakup until the end, a few seconds here and there of the wounded, etc... ;DX - EXT - London, l/s of street with bombed double decker bus, circled in picture, still ;DX - EXT - London, wounded woman talks to camera, shot breaks up, ls/ street with traffic, EMS, ground level ;DX - EXT - London, rescue workers, pushing empty wheel chairs to scene of bombing tragedy ; DX - EXT- London, ground level, EMS, pushes stretcher with victim to camera ;DX - EXT -London, can't use, time code in frames
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