A woman, whose face was severely burned during the bombing of trains and buses in London five years ago, showed her new, healed face to the public on Tuesday.

Davinia Douglass, 29, was treated by burn specialists at London's Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The burn was caused by a fire from a burning bus at the bombed Edgware Road station.

Douglass recalled the terror attack in an interview with the Evening Standard.

I didn't realise I was injured, I was still in shock. I remember telling people that I needed to get to work, she said.

Douglass said she had thought that she would be scarred for life and her life would be ruined.

With her recovery, Douglass is helping the hospital raise £100,000 to fund its own burns psychological screening programme and a clinical psychologist.

Meanwhile, the U.K. is marking the fifth anniversary of the terror attack with a ceremony at London's Hyde Park on Wednesday. Survivors and families of victims killed in the attack will take part in the ceremony by laying flowers by 52 steel pillars representing those killed in the bombings.