Agony goes on for families of missing

WHILE nine of the victims of the bombings have so far been named, many more remain unaccounted for.

University College London cleaner Gladys Wundowa, 51, is feared dead in the bus bombing.

Mrs Wundowa, who worked in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was feared killed along with 12 other people when the number 30 bus exploded. Her husband Emanuel, aged 53, from Chadwell Heath, Essex, said he was “beside himself with worry”.

Vicar’s daughter Jenny Nicholson, aged 24, has been missing since the bomb blasts and her parents fear she is among the victims.

Reverend Julie Nicholson and her husband Gregg dashed to London when they heard about the terror attacks.

Missing hairstylist, Phil Beer, aged 22, from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, was with a friend who was injured in the Tube blast near King’s Cross.

Family and friends of Laura Webb, aged 29, from Islington, north London, have been searching for her at various hospitals.

Monika Suchocka, aged 23, a trainee accountant from Poland, was also feared missing.

A friend of 19-year-old waiter Slimane Ihab, from Paris, feared he was also missing after he boarded a Tube from Finsbury Park.

Xavier Rebergue said Mr Ihab had not arrived at the restaurant in Piccadilly Circus where he worked.

Oil executive Anthony Fatayai-Williams, aged 26, is believed to have boarded a bus after his Tube station was closed and he stopped to help passengers caught up in the confusion. His mother Marie wept as she told how her heart had been “maimed”.

Family and friends of accountant Rachelle Yeun, aged 27, from Mauritius, feared she may have been in the explosion on the Tube near King’s Cross.

Neetu Jain, aged 37, vanished after the evacuation from Euston station and decided to catch a bus to her job as a computer analyst.

Gous Ali, aged 32, her boyfriend feared she may have been in the area of the blast in Tavistock Square.

The father of Richard Ellery, aged 21, went to London in a bid to find him after he travelled into Liverpool Street station from his home in Ipswich on his way to work at a store in Kensington. Parents Trevor and Beverley said they were “extremely worried”.

Gamze Gunoral, aged 24, has not been seen since she left her aunt’s house in north London to go to her language college in Hammersmith, west London.

Friends of Christian Small, 28, from Walthamstow, east London, have heard nothing from him since he left for his advertising sales job on Thursday morning.

Karolina Gluck, 29, from Poland, said goodbye to boyfriend Richard Deer, 28, at 8.30am and has not been seen since.

Her twin sister Magda said: “We don’t know what’s happened to her. The worst thing is waiting for a phone call.”

Former tour guide Mike Matsushita, aged 37, originally from Vietnam, is also missing.

Married mother-of-three Ojara Ikeagwu, aged 55, from Luton, has also been missing since the explosions. She was on her way to Hounslow where she is a social worker.

Behnaz Mozakka, aged 47, a biomedical officer at Great Ormond Street Hospital, has not been seen since leaving her Finchley home for work at 8am.

Lee Baisden, aged 34, an accountant for the London Fire Brigade, has not been seen since leaving his home in Romford for work.

Elizabeth Daplyn, aged 26, a manager in the neuroradiology department of University College Hospital, has not been seen since she left for work.

Benedetta Ciaccia’s fiance has not heard from her since receiving a text message at 7am on Thursday morning.

The 30-year-old business analyst, from Norwich, caught the 6.20am train to Liverpool Street.

Ania Brandt, 42, from Poland, went missing as she travelled from Wood Green, north London, to a cleaning job in Hammersmith, west London.

Anat Rosenburg, from Israel, was on the bus to work talking to her boyfriend John Falding over the phone when he heard the blast followed by screams before the line went dead.

Mr Falding said: “The irony of all these terrible things is that she was afraid of going back to Israel because she was scared of suicide bombings on buses.”

The family of father-of-two Stan Brewster, aged 52, from Derby, fear he was caught in the blasts.

The mother of Carrie Taylor, aged 24, last saw her at Liverpool Street station as the pair travelled from their home in Billericay, Essex, together. June Taylor said: “We have a little farewell ritual. Carrie gives me a kiss goodbye.”

Jon Downey, aged 34, is missing after he travelled into Euston with his wife.

Fiona Stevenson, a 29-year-old solicitor, left her home at the Barbican at 8.20am to go to work but never arrived. Her family, who live in Essex, have not heard from her since.

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CourtsPlace: Chadwell Heath, EssexPlace: LondonPlace: Borehamwood, HertfordshirePlace: King’s CrossPlace: IslingtonPlace: PolandPlace: ParisPlace: Finsbury ParkPlace: Piccadilly CircusPlace: MauritiusPlace: Euston StationPlace: Tavistock SquarePlace: Liverpool Street stationPlace: IpswichPlace: KensingtonPlace: north LondonPlace: HammersmithPlace: west LondonPlace: WalthamstowPlace: east LondonPlace: VietnamPlace: LutonPlace: HounslowPlace: Great Ormond Street HospitalPlace: FinchleyPlace: RomfordPlace: NorwichPlace: Liverpool StreetPlace: Wood GreenPlace: IsraelPlace: DerbyPlace: Billericay, EssexPlace: EustonPerson: GLADYS WUNDOWAPerson: WundowaPerson: EmanuelPerson: Jenny NicholsonPerson: Julie NicholsonPerson: GreggPerson: PHIL BEERPerson: LAURA WEBBPerson: MONIKA SUCHOCKAPerson: Slimane IhabPerson: Xavier ReberguePerson: IhabPerson: Anthony Fatayai-WilliamsPerson: MariePerson: Rachelle YeunPerson: NEETU JAINPerson: Gous AliPerson: Richard ElleryPerson: TrevorPerson: BeverleyPerson: Gamze GunoralPerson: CHRISTIAN SMALLPerson: KAROLINA GLUCKPerson: Richard DeerPerson: MagdaPerson: MIKE MATSUSHITAPerson: IkeagwuPerson: BEHNAZ MOZAKKAPerson: LEE BAISDENPerson: ELIZABETH DAPLYNPerson: Benedetta CiacciaPerson: Ania BrandtPerson: Anat RosenburgPerson: John FaldingPerson: FaldingPerson: Stan BrewsterPerson: Carrie TaylorPerson: June TaylorPerson: CarriePerson: Jon DowneyPerson: Fiona StevensonEvent: Tube blastOrganisation: University College LondonOrganisation: Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringOrganisation: London Fire BrigadeOrganisation: University College Hospital
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