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an area in a town that has been devastated by bombs

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There are more than 30 dead and more than 100 wounded in today's two attacks," Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Meqdad told reporters at one of the bomb sites.
Summary: A paramedic has criticised his bosses for not sending more ambulances to the bomb site he arrived first at.
Fifty-two people died and hundreds were hurt in the attacks and at the service four candles, one for each of the bomb sites, Aldgate, Edgware Road, King's Cross and Tavistock Square, were lit in their memory.
Members of Muslim communities in the city where two of the July 7 bombers lived will visit London to pay their respects at each of the bomb sites.
The PAN Disruptor can be mounted on a small unmanned ground vehicle, such as a Talon, to give explosives experts access via remote control to suspected bomb sites.
Their bravery in the face of danger is an inspiration for all Australians and their actions contributed to the safe escape of many people from the bomb sites,'' he said in a statement.
David Applebaum, who spent years dashing to bomb sites to treat the wounded, was known as "the first man on the scene.
A sombre Powell visited one the bomb sites yesterday.
Gosling and Hobson made their fortune by spotting that it would be possible to charge drivers to leave their cars on London bomb sites after the end of World War Two.
Kaczynski's name and aliases were distributed recently to task force members located at previous bomb sites and locations where he is thought to have previously lived, a Unabom task force member has said.
Rob Fimbel is reforesting old bomb sites with pygmy pitch pines, which are adapted to the Pine Barrens' sandy soil and frequent forest fires.
She explains: "Last month I visited the Grasshopper Inn in Westerham, Kent, where the wartime owner had installed a variety of items salvaged from bomb sites that he cleared during the war when he was a scrap merchant.
THE smoke still lingering over the bomb sites of Beirut did little to deter displaced Lebanese from returning yesterday.
In the service at St Paul's Cathedral, four candles - one for each of the bomb sites - Aldgate, Edgware Road, King's Cross and Tavistock Square - were being lit
Members of Muslim communities in Leeds, where two of the July 7 bombers lived, will visit London tomorrow to pay their respects at each of the bomb sites.