This was the front page of The Star on July 7 2005, exactly 10 years ago today.
The shocking photograph of an injured woman emerging from a tube station, her face covered in a dressing, became one of the most enduring images of that tragic day, when four suicide bombers targeting underground trains and a bus, killing 52 people.
The bombings were a huge national tragedy, the deadliest terror attacks ever on British soil.
Events in London that July day were of such magnitude that The Star devoted seven pages of that evening's edition to coverage of the bombings.
Today, 10 years on, the country will pause to remember the terrible events of that day and those who were tragically killed.