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Paramedics rushed the injured commuters to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

There were little kids clinging on to the back of me.’ In the chaos, he said a pregnant woman lost her shoes and fell over.‘There was sheer pandemonium and panic,’ added passenger Neil White, while another witness told LBC radio: ‘I was helping a lady up and she was unconscious – she was just getting trampled.’ Peter Crowley, who was travelling on the District Line this morning, said his head has been 'charred' after a fireball engulfed the train at Parsons Green in west London.

Emma Stevie, 27, said people were crushed as they lay on the floor while commuters tried to flee the station.

Olaniyi Shokunbi, 24, boarded the tube at Putney Bridge and had been listening to music when he saw people scrambling off the train.

He said: 'There were people on the floor, there was a little boy, I really felt sorry for him, he couldn't have been more than 11.'He had scratches on his head, he was looking for his little brother.

We got out and then there was a human stampede, down the stairs.'There were people lying underneath getting crushed, a big human pile-on. The fire brigade was telling us to get back on the platform, but no-one was. I'm outside now, there are women crying and people sitting on the floor.'Father-of-one Paul was making his way to work in Kensington when the bomb was detonated. Literally running for their lives.'I suddenly started hearing screaming and shouting and looked up and saw a stampede coming towards me, shouting 'bomb'.'We were still moving and hadn't pulled into Parsons Green.