London Bridge terror attack survivor saves cyclist

Jonny Lennon was on the scene when a terrorist drove into pedestrians on London Bridge. He thought he was living through another terrorist attack, when he saw a van run over a cyclist and keep going, dragging the cyclist. Lennon jumped into the moving van and fought with the driver to stop, then rallied people to push the van off the victim.

The cyclist, retired anaesthetist Vinay Pandya, is in serious condition. The driver was questioned by police, but not arrested.

Lennon is also an Army veteran, writes Tristan Cork for the Bristol Post.

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