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Londoners fought back to curtail carnage in bridge attack

Seattle Times Saturday, 30 November 2019
LONDON (AP) — Even in times of shared, senseless tragedy, an uplifting moment sometimes emerges. On Saturday, shocked and saddened Londoners dealing with the return of terrorism to their streets after a two-year hiatus found solace in the way bystanders fought to subdue the London Bridge attacker, keeping the death count lower than it would […]
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News video: London mayor thanks emergency workers after London Bridge attack

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Friday's stabbing, which resulted in two deaths before the attacker was killed by police, could have been 'far, far worse' during his Saturday visit to the control centre of the London ambulance service. Emer McCarthy reports.

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