7/7 bombing victim recalls moment of the explosion

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The inquests into the deaths of the 52 people murdered in the 7 July London bombings are due to end on Thursday.

Evidence has been heard since October last year from the bereaved, from survivors of the atrocity, the Emergency Services and even the security service, MI5.

Remarkable stories have been told. One came from Philip Duckworth, who was standing a few feet from the bomber of the underground train at Aldgate.

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