Last survivor to be brought out alive from 7/7 tube bomb recalls the ‘black devastation’ of the attack as London marks 12th anniversary since atrocity

Martine Wright, he last survivor pulled from the wreckage of the 7/7 London bombings says she hopes that her story will help victims of more recent terrorist attacks as she marked the 12th anniversary of the Tube and bus bombings that killed 52 people in 2005, writes Richard Spillett for Daily Mail online.

Wright was aboard the Tube train bombed by terrorists at Aldgate. She lost both legs and nearly died, losing 80 percent of her blood. She was saved by off-duty police officer Elizabeth Kenworthy.

Wright now plays sitting volleyball on the British Paralympic team and has written a book, Unbroken.

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