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Manchester Hospital Sends Pizzas to London Emergency Room After Attacks

Doctors are still working tirelessly to save the 48 victims injured after the London attacks.

Medical staff at a Manchester hospital in Britan sent pizza to the emergency staff at a London hospital, where employees worked tirelessly to save lives following Saturday's terrorist attack.

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Several pies from Domino’s and Pizza GoGo were delivered the same night to King’s College Hospital in Denmark Hill where 14 of the 48 victims from attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market were sent. The attack also left 7 dead.

Emergency department doctor Jacqui Butler tweeted a picture of the boxes, and wrote “#Feelingthelove”. 

#feelingthelove Pizzas sent to #KingsED night staff from #ManchesterInfirmary #LondonAttacks #StandTogether #NHSsolidarity @KingsCollegeNHS pic.twitter.com/R4gzDV4xS2

June 4, 2017

The gift was sent by medical workers at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, who dealt with a similar emergency just two week ago, when a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert left more than 100 injured, and 22 fans dead.

breaking fast at Manchester royal infirmary before the night shift whilst watching the concert.. we are #OneLoveManchester pic.twitter.com/8eG0LmxgRW

June 4, 2017

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The emergency department at Boston Medical across the Atlantic Ocean followed suit later that night by ordering cupcakes for doctors and nurses in London. 

And now there are cupcakes from across the pond! Thankyou to @CareersBMC from @TeamKingsED xx pic.twitter.com/pzvFq9aESM

June 5, 2017

According to reports, 18 people are in critical condition following the London attacks. 

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