London Bombings Survivor: 'I Thought I Was Going to Die'

Sajda Mughal remains in pain 10 years after surviving the 2005 London bombings.
3:47 | 07/07/15

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Or. Asked about those three as oh among. Kenyon to day I was working in the sixty of London. They means. That was. It. I wasn't that makes. Says that issues on the big ticket. Am happy that she's I should've looked on silently. I ended up getting that you. Ten seconds. Into the tunnel obviously took office when it was aimed not at which time out that was its base. Train and let's not act but it felt like. Show. Life went house. Waxman stops and a carriage. Compete and it actually. Then act signed. Went. Into screen. Trying. People buying the tools. People crying. Yeah. But for me I remained in the east still. And I remember going to shall. Win and I had a crush of fools. And I stopped to remember my loved ones. And I honestly feel that. I was going to die that day. Basically I was complete city covet. A black smoke my hands face. My suit I remember but having its takeoff in the carriage might they send it to you wrapping it around my face. Could let it starts to suffocate me. Eventually. What happened was. He mentions he says it's came down. To rescue us. We need to clear now roses well. Please on the evening yeah. Came in the carriage is escort us out onto the tracks. Back to king's books I've talked corn up on I couldn't get through on the net that network systems without. And I had to make my way high one book exactly what I did I won't back. It took me Alice. Took how is that eventually went liked it now I'm and I remember when I was on my right I just ran past Boston like it's my. According to the house bill that dual shock that since shuffled lines that TV and radio an amendment. Just cutting off from the safe. This needs to isn't crying weight problems come. I was compete job I though the UK would Napa -- for bombing. And often on the national and stand. And then stuck in. That it will they were bombings carried out ice cream. I'm not shocked me even mall the attacks that they could eat eat and can you don't want to overcome that and. I don't. Because that job she.

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