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London Bridge: How the chaos unfolded

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London Bridge: How the chaos unfolded

London Bridge: How the chaos unfolded

Toby Williamson, Chief Executive of the Fishmongers' Hall, where the London Bridge attack began describes the chaos that unfolded at the event inside the venue.

Mr Williamson reveals the bravery of his staff in helping battle against the terrorist.

Report by Etemadil.

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