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Coroner names six more bombing victims

Six more victims of the London suicide bombings were named today.
Coroner Dr Andrew Reid read out the names at a brief hearing at St Pancras Coroner's Court, central London.

Monika Suchocka, 23, a trainee accountant from Poland, who was living in Archway, north London. She was feared dead in the Tavistock Square bus blast.

Karolina Gluck, 29, an administrative worker from Finsbury Park, north London, also originally from Poland. She was feared to have been killed in the King's Cross tube explosion.

Fiona Stevenson, 29, a solicitor living in central London. Her parents, Ivan and Emer, of Little Badow, Essex, described her has 'irreplaceable.'

Helen Jones, 28, a London-based accountant. Her family, in Annan in the Scottish Borders, have not heard from her since the bombings. The coroner today granted a request for her funeral to be held in Scotland.

Christian Small, 28, an advertising sales worker, from Walthamstow, east London.

Rachelle Yuen, 27, an accountant from Mill Hill, north London, who was originally from Mauritius.

An inquest into the death of mortgage broker James Adams, 32, of Peterborough, Cambs, was also opened at St Pancras Coroner's Court. His friends said he had last spoken to his mother in Peterborough on the day of the explosions, to say he had arrived at King's Cross.

A total of 55 people are so far known to have died in the July 7 terror attacks.