A paramedic who confirmed the deaths of the two sisters stabbed in a park after a birthday party told a court nothing could have been done to save them.
Danyal Hussein is accused of murdering sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in Fryent Country Park, Wembley, in a demonic pact to win the lottery, it is claimed.
The 19-year-old had written out a contract with 'demon' Lucifuge Rofocale to sacrifice six women every six months to win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot and signed it in his blood, the Old Bailey has heard.
The two women had danced in the sunset as a party for Ms Henry's birthday which was being held in the park to meet lockdown restrictions on June 5 last year.
CCTV shows Hussein leaving and entering the park and his blood and DNA were found at the scene, but he denies being there.
Paramedic Peter Kingsley was called to the scene after the sisters' bodies were discovered on Sunday June 7.
"As I walked into the bushes, only a few metres into the bushes area I negotiated my way in and I could see the two women," said Mr Kingsley.
"It was immediately obvious that neither woman was responding to my presence, there was no sign of a pulse, there was no obvious sign of life."
He used 'the briefest of touches' on each sister's left arm to confirm death and realised there was 'nothing clinical to do'.
Mr Kingsley then set out crawling out from the undergrowth where the bodies were lying, being 'very careful' not to contaminate the crime scene.
He told the court that he knelt down to see the bodies 'slightly intertwined' in the undergrowth.
Hussein bought three lottery tickets from the ASDA Charlton Superstore on the evening of 29 June, National Lottery operator Camelot have confirmed to jurors.
He first bought a Lotto Draw ticket at 9:38pm - one minute later he bought Thunderball and Euromillions tickets.
Ms Henry, a social worker, had been stabbed eight times and Ms Smallman, who worked in the hospitality industry, had suffered 28 injuries, the court has heard.
Hussein, of Guy Barnett Grove, Blackheath, southeast London, denies two counts of murder and possessing a knife.
The trial continues.