A LARNE GP has told how he has tried to forget the horrific scenes he encountered as he tended to victims of the 7/7 terror attacks in London.
Dr Brian Dunn, chairman of the British Medical Association's (BMA) Northern Ireland General Practitioners Committee, gave evidence to the coroner's inquest into the bombings.
Dr Dunn, who is also an independent councillor in Larne, was at a meeting at the BMA headquarters in Tavistock Square in London when a bomb exploded on a double-decker bus going past the building on July 7, 2005.
Speaking at the hearing by videolink from Belfast, he said: "My memory of it is quite remote. I've tried not to dwell on these things over the past five years."
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