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In Pictures: Royals visit bomb victims
The Duchess of Cornwall and The Prince Of Wales arrive at St Mary's Hospital
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The Duchess of Cornwall and The Prince Of Wales visited St Mary's Hospital to meet victims of the London bombings.
The Duchess of Cornwall meets ambulance staff at St Mary's Hospital
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The Duchess said she felt "proud to be British" as she thanked ambulance staff.
The Prince Of Wales talks to John Tulloch, one of the victims of the bomb blasts
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John Tulloch told the Prince how a "ministering angel" - an Air Force officer - kept talking to him to keep him awake until the emergency crews arrived.
The Duchess of Cornwall with Cynthia Bobb-Semple
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Cynthia Bobb-Semple, 43, from Walthamstow, east London, who was showered in glass at Edgware Road, said: "I think I'm still a bit shocked."
The Duchess of Cornwall during her visit to the Police Training College at Hendon, the location of the Casualty Information Unit
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The Royal couple then went to the Met's Hendon College where the Casualty Information Unit is based.
The Prince of Wales during his visit to the Police Training College at Hendon, the location of the Casualty Information Unit
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Prince Charles talked to some of the 200 workers from 21 forces who have so far dealt with more than 103,087 calls.
Queen visits Bruce Lait, Tube bomb victim
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Meanwhile Bruce Lait, a professional dancer from Ipswich, explains to the Queen during a visit to Royal London Hospital, how the bomb blast ruptured his ear.
Queen with accident and injury staff at Royal London Hospital
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The Queen, who said the brutal acts against innocent people will not change our way of life, is introduced to accident and emergency staff.
Queen visits Royal London Hospital
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The Queen walks past staff after thanking them for their response to Thursday's bomb attacks.




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