Closed-circuit TV video showed that all four had arrived at King's Cross station by 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, about 20 minutes before the blasts began that killed at least 52 people, Clarke said.This is looking like a break and the tracking of the bombers to Leeds is, potentially, very good news. Not only might it solve the crimes; but with luck there will be some intelligence finds.
In a Scotland Yard news conference, Clarke said police had "strong forensic and other evidence" that the man who carried a bomb onto a subway train that exploded between the Aldgate and Liverpool Street stations had died in the blast, and they were awaiting confirmation from the coroner. Police were trying to determine whether the other three also died in the explosions.
Interesting that there are reports that the bombers were of Pakistani origin.London Bombs