Emily Atack and her mother Kate Robbins have recalled the moment they ran for safety during the London bombings.
Back in 2005, four suicide bombers detonated devices in London – killing 52 people and injuring 700.
On the 15th anniversary of the incident, Emily’s mum Kate took to Twitter to remember the terrifying moment they ran from the sound of a bomb exploding.
She wrote: “15 yrs ago – emerging from Kings Cross tube with 15 yr old @EmAtack, the police yelled ‘Run!'”
15 yrs ago- Emerging from Kings Cross tube with 15 yr old @EmAtack , the police yelled ‘Run!’
Along with hundreds of others we ran non-stop from KingsX to Soho.
We heard the bus bomb as we ran.
Remembering the 52 souls who lost their lives today.🙏🏽#londonbombings
— Kate Robbins (@KateRobbins) July 7, 2020
“Along with hundreds of others, we ran non-stop from KingsX to Soho. We heard the bus bomb as we ran.”
“Remembering the 52 souls who lost their lives today. #londonbombings NEVER FORGET,” she added.
Emily retweeted her mother, sharing the post with a heart.
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