Former Columbus fire official in London during terror attack

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- An attack authorities are calling an act of terrorism left dozens injured at a commuter train station in London Friday.

Karry Ellis, a former Assistant Fire Chief in Columbus, was in the station at the time of the blast and talked with NewsRadio 610 WTVN's Joel Riley.

Ellis says he didn't notice a lot of panic among commuters, just a "groan" from about 150 people as they made what he called an "orderly exodus" out of the station. 

Ellis was in London, on his way back to Columbus following a vacation in Europe.

(Photo courtesy Karry Ellis and Facebook)

 

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