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Last Updated: Monday, 11 July, 2005, 17:10 GMT 18:10 UK
Fiancée still missing after blast
Benedetta Ciaccia
Benedatta Ciaccia's fiancé has been calling London hospitals
The fiancé of a 30-year-old Italian woman missing after Thursday's London bomb attacks has spent four days combing the capital for news of her.

Benedetta Ciaccia would have been travelling by tube from Liverpool Street at the time of the explosions.

Miss Ciaccia, a business analyst, had caught the 0620 BST train from her home in Norwich to the capital.

Fiaz Bhatti, who received a text message from her at 0700 BST, said he did not know where else to look.

Fiaz Bhatti
Mr Bhatti said he did not know where else to search for Miss Ciaccia

Mr Bhatti said: "I've looked in all the hospitals, asked questions that you ask.

"She's been missing for so long. She would either be at the hospital or the bomb site.

"If anyone has seen her or recognises her please let us know, or if you were on the same carriage as her and managed to get out I would appreciate a quick call."

The couple are due to marry in September.

Miss Ciaccia has brown hair and on Thursday was wearing blue jeans with a black top and a necklace with shark tooth pendant.

Her father and cousin have travelled from Rome to help in the search.




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