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Engineers remove bombed Tube carriage

The mangled carriage where seven people died in the terror attack

near Edgware Road Tube in London was removed by engineers last night.

The carriage was lifted by crane off the track on to a flatbed

lorry.

It had already been winched out of the tunnel at the station where the explosion happened on Thursday July 7.

The sealed carriage will be transported to a secure police compound for further forensic examination.

The wreckage, weighing around 20 tonnes, is all that remains of the carriage second from the front of the targeted Tube train.

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