Wednesday, March 2, 2011

7/7 Londom Bombing: Ambulances held back...

Christopher Coltart, barrister for seven families of those killed, highlighted the fact that mobile phone networks were compromised and commanders could not be contacted by the control room. Yet a statement issued in November 2005 by the service said radio contact was maintained throughout the disaster.

Mr Coltart said: ‘Taken in isolation, Mr Killens, it’s completely misleading, isn’t it?’ Mr Killens replied: ‘In isolation, without wider context, I would agree with you.’
The inquest continues at the Royal Courts of Justice.


Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/news/856953-july-7-attacks-attended-by-only-half-of-ambulances#ixzz1FQuOJcfZ




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