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The bombings


30 April 1999: Soho


30 April 1999: The third bomb exploded in Soho
at 6.37pm outside the Admiral Duncan pub.



Three people are killed and 65 injured by the blast.



At the scene rescue workers helped the many wounded to ambulances.



No warning was given for the blast, Scotland Yard's chief said.



One witness described the scene as "absolute carnage".



The injured were taken to four London hospitals by more than 20 ambulances.



24 April 1999: Brick Lane


24 April 1999: A nail bomb exploded in Brixton injuring six people.



It detonated in a car after a motorist discovered the device and
put it there intending to take it to a police station.



17 April 1999: Brixton


17 April 1999: The first bomb exploded in Brixton injuring 39 people.



The victims included a police officer and two children - one of the children
has a nail embedded in its brain.



A CAT scan from Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital shows the head of a 23-month-old toddler injured in the nail bomb explosion in Brixton. A four-inch nail was embedded in his brain after it went through his left temple. Doctors at the hospital expected the youngster to make a full recovery and to have only a faint scar on his left temple to show for his ordeal.



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