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Bombed London bus drivers return to work

Posted on September 7, 2005

The two London bus drivers whose vehicles were targeted by terrorists in the July bombings returned to their jobs Wednesday. One of the drivers, George Psaradakis, 49, was driving the number 30 bus on July 7, which was hit in a blast that killed 13 people in London's Tavistock Square. Mark Maybanks, 38, was driving a number 26 bus through east London, when a bomb failed to detonate in the copycat attacks on July 21. Both drivers said they want to resume driving their original routes to face their fears and show that they could not be beaten by the bombers, reported Agence France Press

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