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Obituary: Anna Brandt

Anna Brandt
Anna Brandt had been living in London for three years
Anna Brandt, a 41-year-old Pole, had been living in London for three years after leaving her hometown of Wagrowiec.

On 7 July she left her home in Wood Green, north London, and set off to Hammersmith, where she worked as a cleaner.

She took the Piccadilly Line Tube at 0800 BST heading towards Gunnersbury.

But she never arrived at work, sparking a desperate search by her brother Pawel Iskryznski.

He spent several days searching for her, holding a picture of his sister.

Police took a sample of his DNA and subsequently confirmed that she had died near Russell Square, with 25 others and the suicide bomber.

She has two daughters. One had arrived in the UK on the day of the explosions, to visit her mother.

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