Thursday, 4 August 2016

Massacre in London's Russel Squire:
Israeli hero: Yovel Lewkowki, 18, pictured posing by the Thames before the attack, thought the killer needed help - but was stabbed herself and saw his victim die

Retired teacher Darlene Horton, 64 died in the mass stabbing at about 10.30pm in Russell Square last night when the Somali-born attacker walked up to his unsuspecting victims and slashed them with a kitchen knife. Ms Horton's last words were 'he's still here' as she tried to warn others of the attacker. Witnesses said her shocked husband sobbed nearby as her body lay sprawled on the pavement. It emerged that the man accused of stabbing Ms Horton to death and injuring five others was a was Zakaria Bulhan, 19, moved to the UK from Norway in 2002, and was said to be suffering possible 'mental health issues'.

Onlookers said the hero of this evening attack was an 18 year old Israeli holiday maker Yovel Levkoki (above) who herself was slashed across the hand as she approached him to offer help after believing he was a victim. She immedately turned her attention to comfort the dying women leaving herself open to great danger. She said today she was 'lucky to be alive

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