London Bridge hero policeman who was repeatedly stabbed as he fought off terrorists thanks public as he prepares to return to the beat

Police Constable Wayne Marques of the British Transport Police, who was repeatedly stabbed in the head, hand and leg in the London Bridge terrorist attack of June 3, 2017, can walk again and plans to return to work next month, reports Ed Riley for the Daily Mail.

PC Marques made a video to thank the public for their support through his three-week hospital stay and months of rehabilitation.

Attacked by three terrorists on the bridge, PC Marques used his baton to stop them. They killed eight people in their rampage.

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