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Desperate families of victims of the London Bridge massacre had to wait up to three days to be told their families were dead, with some ringing their relatives' mobile phones until the batteries ran out.
It raises serious questions for the authorities over the handling of the case with emotional relatives claiming the police 'have not told them anything'.
The mother now campaigns for families of victims of tragedies and attacks to be better informed by authorities.
Ms Jenkins said she initially suspected something was wrong after not hearing from her daughter for several hours.
A spokeswoman for the Met Police said: 'We have deployed family liaison officers to support all seven families of those who are deceased.'The spokeswoman said formal identification had not taken place on the remaining three victims, and described it as a 'simple yet complicated' process.He used a skateboard to try to defend an unidentified woman being attacked by one of the knife-wielding killers.Relatives were asked for his fingerprints on Monday after a desperate search of hospitals by his sisters failed to yield any clues to his whereabouts.She added: 'Formal identification has to be done to a certain evidence standard and there are few types of formal evidence that are acceptable to a coroner.'That process of identification will be happening throughout the course of this afternoon and into tomorrow.'But that does not mean we have not identified the victims.' The agony of families waiting for news comes after the husband of one of the victims of the Manchester attack criticised the police over his 18-hour wait before being told his wife had died two weeks ago.
Miss Mc Mullan, previously told of her agony at being unable to get information before receiving the tragic news.