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There were 93 passengers in the carriage when it detonated.He told the court that he had been attracted to the idea of being a fugitive, chased across Europe by the police and Interpol.However, the jury at London’s Old Bailey court convicted him of attempted murder and he will be sentenced at a later date.A handout photograph of Ahmed Hassan, who has been convicted of exploding a device on an underground train at Parsons Green tube station in London, Britain. Metropolitian Police/Handout via REUTERSAhmed Hassan, 18, was found guilty of trying to murder the passengers on board an underground train heading to central London on Sept. The bomb went off at Parsons Green station and flames engulfed the carriage, but it did not fully explode, limiting the scale of injuries in what authorities said was Britain’s fifth major attack of 2017.“It was only a matter of luck that the device did not work as he intended or it could easily have led to the loss of innocent lives,” said Sue Hemming from Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service.