Doctor who treated 7/7 victims finds Olympic closure

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A doctor who treated victims of the 7/7 attack told 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire about being involved in the Games.

After a chance encounter with Dr Andrew Hartle, Lord Coe said talking to him was the most memorable moment of the Olympics for him so far and even called it seismic.

Dr Hartle said being involved in the Olympics as one of 70,000 volunteers had brought him some "closure". His role is to guide boxing spectators in the ExCel Arena.

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