A survivor of London’s 7/7 bombings has been found dead just hours after the Manchester Arena attack, reported Mirror.

Tragic Tony Walter, 52, was discovered at his home after failing to turn up for work .

Friends believe the Manchester bombing, and the Westminster attack in March when four people were killed by Khalid Masood , brought back traumatic memories of 7/7 and Tony could not cope.

A friend said: “He is the 23rd victim of Salman Abedi 's suicide bombing.”

Mr Walter, from Tottenham, is believed to have become overwhelmed by the horror of discovering more innocent lives being victims of terrorism.

One friend said “He didn’t want to live in a world where these ­terror attacks continue.”

Ten years ago Tony was just feet from fanatic Mohammad Sidique Khan when he detonated a device on a Tube train after it left Edgware Road station.

Seven people, including Khan, died and Tony survived despite being showered with shrapnel.

Tony’s sister-in-law Sheila Walter described the death as “a tragedy and we’re devastated. Tony was such a lovely man.”

Police found him dead at his home when he failed to turn up to work hours after suicide bomber Salman Abedi murdered 22 and injured 116 at Manchester Arena.

Staff at the London legal firm where he worked were reportedly told by a boss on Thursday morning that he had taken his own life.

The friend said: “After the Westminster attack Tony really struggled. He was off work for a few days saying he couldn’t cope with how it brought back the memories of 7/7.

“Eventually he returned to work but seemed so withdrawn and glum. We were worried about him. When he didn’t appear at work following the Manchester Arena atrocity, his colleagues began to get worried. He’d not been in a good way and people were concerned at his state of mind.”

“Everyone that knew Tony believes he is the 23rd victim of the Manchester Arena attack.”