Apprentice star Leah Totton has told how the horror of the Omagh bombing convinced her to become a doctor.
Leah (30) said she vividly remembers the day of the atrocity in 1998 in which 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins, died.
"I was in a shop with my mum and aunt just outside Omagh on that day," she told the Daily Mail.
"We knew there had been a bombing nearby and it was a bad one as they made an announcement asking for medical personnel to attend the local hospital to assist.
"That moment, when I was just 10 years old, was truly the first time I knew I wanted to become a doctor."
Following the successful launch of her skin clinics and winning The Apprentice TV show in 2013, Leah decided to return to work in accident & emergency as she wanted to "give back".