Bomb Attack On London - page 4

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bomb attack x 7 in London (6 x tube stations and 1 bus) My thoughts and wishes go with everyone in London and any visitors to the country caught up in the blasts... Read More


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    I woke up and was getting ready to go in for my shift and for some reason I felt I had to turn on the TV and saw that CNN was airing a live broadcast from the London bureau. I am repulsed by the utter disregard for humanity but I am also amazed at the response from the British people to this tragic act. 700 wounded triaged, transported and treated in London yesterday, a great feat for any public health system. My prayers are with the victims and their families.
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    My thoughts and prayers are with all the people in the UK. It is too reminescent of the 9/11 attacks in NY. I wish that we could all accept each other as human beings and stop the rhetoric, violence, and mayhem. To all the nurses in the UK, may you be blessed with the healing touch and courage to carry on. Melinda
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    Tonight I phoned home to the UK and spoke to some colleagues and friends who were in the middle of the blast zones and found themselves recieving numerous traumas (despite being in a paediatric hospital). I was glad to hear that all of my friends were safe (my sincere sympathies and best wishes to those who were not so lucky). One thing that everyone has reported back is that the medical and nursing staff throughout London did a fantastic job, setting up field triage and treatment centres and dealing with 700+ casualties amid the fear and confusion that descended upon the city.
    I would like to voice the pride I feel in my colleagues, my thoughts are with all of London. I have never been more proud to be a British nurse.
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    its tragic and peoples lives have been lost.This should not be happening. i have a good friend who was there at the time and we(family /friends) have not heard from her and cant contact her. We cant seem to find out anything about her. We do fear the worst. Innocent people who have done nothing......why? My thoughts and prayers go out to all involved and their family and friends.
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    My thoughts go out to the people of England, and London. It seem to be another sad day for inocent people everywhere, New York, Bali, Madrid, and now London. Bless the Emergency workers, Nurses, and Doctors who were on the news footage pouring out of the near by hospitals still in scrubs to do what they could, British determination. I will light a candle tonight in prayer.




    Quote from uk_nurse
    its tragic and peoples lives have been lost.This should not be happening. i have a good friend who was there at the time and we(family /friends) have not heard from her and cant contact her. We cant seem to find out anything about her. We do fear the worst. Innocent people who have done nothing......why? My thoughts and prayers go out to all involved and their family and friends.
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    Thinking of all our English friend's at this dreadful time. Thinking also of the tourists and others living and working in London, from other countries. Thinking of their family and friend's.

    Several Australian's have been caught up in this dreadful slaughter, many feared dead. It's like Bali, all over again.
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    To the people of London,

    I offer my sympathy during this unfortunate time. Do not let the evil acts of terrorists alter any portion of your life, show no fear.
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    Do you know I have to post my distress and horror that the bombers were british people, who had been born and bred here in the UK. I find that so hard to understand and comprehend.
    This is more abhorrent than if the terrorists had entered the country from abroad.
    What can one do to prevent this kind of attack, they could be our next door neighbours. They have been described as 'young innocent boys' one of them was a primary school teacher. :uhoh21: These young innocent boys have destroyed many lives, what sort of world do we live in.
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    Quote from madwife2002
    Do you know I have to post my distress and horror that the bombers were british people, who had been born and bred here in the UK. I find that so hard to understand and comprehend.
    This is more abhorrent than if the terrorists had entered the country from abroad.
    What can one do to prevent this kind of attack, they could be our next door neighbours. They have been described as 'young innocent boys' one of them was a primary school teacher. :uhoh21: These young innocent boys have destroyed many lives, what sort of world do we live in.

    yes it is awful that they turn out to be british born, makes you wonder what was going through their minds to get into something soo terrible.
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    Quote from Silverdragon102
    yes it is awful that they turn out to be british born, makes you wonder what was going through their minds to get into something soo terrible.

    That is bad news. In America we can relate. We had a home-grown terrorist destroy a government building in the state of Oklahoma killing over 100 people.


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