Hospitals Treat Scores Injured in London Attack

At least 37 people died, 150 were seriously hurt and hundreds more injured in Thursday's London bombings. Survivors staggered out of the city's underground rail system covered in blood and soot. Many were taken to the Royal London hospital in London's East End, where relatives have started to arrive, searching for their loved ones.

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