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How a simulated terror drill became a reality
The London Underground is a dynamic network composed of hundreds of miles of track. What are the odds for a security company to run an exercise concurrently with a terrorist attack taking place and to pick at random 3 stations out of several hundred others on the network where 3 suicide bombers each detonate bombs, killing and injuring commuters? In 2005, Peter Power ran a private security company called Visor Consultants specializing in crisis management response. On 7/7, his team was fragmented into three squads with each one conducting a simulated terror drill at precisely the 3 stations where trains were attacked. on 7 July 2005 in London, 3 bombs exploded almost simultaneously at 8:50 BST halfway between Paddington and Edgware Road, Liverpool Street and Aldgate, and King's Cross and Russell Square. Equally significant but unrelated to the terror drill is the fourth bomb that exploded on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square, right outside where the British Medical Association (BMA) is headquartered with doctors ready to give assistance.
The company that Visor Consultants ran the drill for on 7/7 was reportedly Reed Elsevier. Source Wikispooks
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