Survivor: Rescue protocols delayed help for dying in 7/7 London bombingA survivor told an inquest that some people were left to suffer in agony for up to 40 minutes before they died
By Sam Marsden
The Daily Record
LONDON — Some victims of the 7/7 bombings died in "agony" because restrictive rules prevented rescuers from reaching them sooner, an inquest heard today.
Survivor Michael Henning criticised emergency service "protocols" that left some people to suffer in excruciating pain for up to 40 minutes before they died.