Two people lost their lives on London Bridge at the end of november, when a man attacks several people with a knife on the bridge.
Now talking the 38-year-old man, who managed to overpower the now deceased terrorist, 28-year-old Usman Khan, with a weapon, as most people probably would have thought about resorting to.
Terrorristen began the attack, which took place on 29. november, in Fishmongers Hall, where there was held a conference on the rehabilitation of ex-offenders. The building is close up at London Bridge.
In the Fishmongers Hall was 38-year-old Darryn Frost together with his colleagues, as he works with communications in The ministry of Justice.
Here, they heard the sudden commotion somewhere in the building, and Darryn Frost grabbed a narhvaltand, which hung on one of the Fishmongers Hall's walls and ran toward the sounds.
It tells Darryn Frost for the BBC and explains that when he came to the place where he had heard the commotion, there stood a man and kept the terrorist caught with a wooden chair. Together, the two civilians to the attack on Usman Khan.
"He had knives in both hands, and when he saw narhvaltanden in my hand, he pointed to his diaphragm. He began to speak to me and indicated that he had a bomb strapped on life," explains Darryn Frost for the BBC.
the Man in the chair threw it at the terrorist - which in fact had lied that he had a bombebælte on. It turned up later to be a bluff, but it was, no one knew at that time.
Usman Khan then began to run toward the man with the chair, while he lifted the two blades against him.
Darryn Frost hastened to give his narhvalstand to the man, while he himself ran back to the place from which he got the tooth in the first place.
When he returned, he found the first tooth smashed on the floor, while the people who were in the building, had begun to flee from the spot.
Darryn Frost ran along with a bunch of people after the terrorist to London Bridge, where it managed to overpower Usman Khan.
Here he held him fast, while he tried to isolate terroristens blades and to prevent him to detonate it - fortunately - fake bombebælte, until he was pulled away by the police, who then shot and killed Usman Khan.
Two students at Cambridge University were killed in the attack. They were even met up to koferencen in the Fishmongers Hall, which was organized by the university. Of the two deceased said Darryn Frost, he is convinced, that:
"They represent everything that is good in the world. I will always feel deep sorrow over not having been able to save them."Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 10:00