The blasts caused chaos and panic across the city, with bloodied survivors emerging from stations and receiving treatment on sidewalks. The mobile phone network was overloaded, and many struggled to even let others know that they were safe.In the first report of casualties, City of London police told CNN there had been two fatalities at Aldgate east station. At least 90 people are reported to have been injured.Blair said: "It is reasonably clear there have been a series of terrorist attacks in London." There have been casualties, he said "both people that have died and people seriously injured.""It's particularly barbaric that this has happened" on a day that people are meeting to deal with world problems at the G8 in Scotland.THERE'S MORE: As of 12:53pm eastern time, the death toll has risen to 33, according to the Washington Post. The BBC has first-hand reports from victims and from its correspondents.For the best analysis of the unfolding events in London, however, be sure to check the Counterterrorism Blog. It's got the savviest, most up-to-date analysis I've seen so far. Be sure to check Global Guerillas, as well, to learn why the Tube was targeted.
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