(Snippet of an article from BBC News Online – includes links to mobile phone videos)
Around 1,000 photos and 20 pieces of amateur video were sent in to the BBC News website, with many being featured on the site. "Within minutes we were receiving people’s written accounts and their still pictures," said BBC News Interactive editor Pete Clifton.
"An image of the bus with its roof torn away was sent to us by a reader inside an hour, and it was our main picture on the front page for a large part of the day. "By the end of the day many of the images on the site had been provided by our users, and many of them were subsequently used by many other BBC services and national newspapers as well.
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BBC London (Jon Gaunt Show): Audio of Eyewitness Accounts
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International Herald Tribune (via Smartmobs): Emergency Services Given Mobile Network Priority
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