07 July 2005 11:16 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (CNI)--London underground public transport was shut on Thursday morning after a series of bomb blasts across the capital wrecked buses, damaged tube stations and killed a number of people, according to reports from eyewitnesses and news agencies.
The bus blasts occurred shortly after an explosion caused injuries among passengers at the Liverpool St/Aldgate East underground station complex in the City of London.
There was also a blast at Edgware Road underground station in central London.
The underground blast at Liverpool St/Aldgate East brought the entire London metro system to a halt after power was switched off.
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