Family: Australian nurse died trying to aid attack victims

Posted June 08, 2017

One of the seven victims of the attack on London Bridge was a 28-year-old nurse who died as she ran toward the chaos in an effort to help others.

Ms Archibald's family said in a statement: "We grieve the loss of our attractive, loving daughter and sister. Thank you for all the overwhelming love and support from everyone", Ms Wallace said.

"She was the most outgoing, kind and generous person who loved to help people", they said.

Nurse Kirsty Boden, 28, was also confirmed dead by her family.

The family said her actions "demonstrate how selfless, caring and heroic she was, not only on that night, but throughout all of her life". "Not only on that night but throughout her life".

Zaghba, who was said to be born in Morocco to a Moroccan father and an Italian mother, was stopped at Bologna's Marconi airport on March 15, 2016, while he tried to take a flight to Turkey.

Australian media reported that she was from Loxton in southern Australia.

Ms Boden was killed after running to help others hurt in the attack. Miss Zelanak remain unaccounted for. Candice Hedge and Andrew Morrison were injured, but survived.

The gym where one of the London Bridge attackers trained says they saw nothing of concern during his time there.

The only Briton so far known to have died in the attack is James McMullan, 32, from Hackney, east London.

She insisted that the family would not be drawn into hatred by the atrocity.

"While our pain will never diminish".

"Nowhere else will you find such humour and unique personality - someone who puts his friends above all else". "British authorities - the coroner - have not yet formally advised of the deaths of either of those young women and their families are either in the United Kingdom now or on their way there".

Tributes have flowed on social media, with friends, family and former schoolmates remembering her love for R&B music and KFC, her quirky sense of humour and her love for travel.

Spanish banker Ignacio Echeverria, 39, was killed after trying to defend a woman with his skateboard in the Borough Market area.

French national Xavier Thomas.

Xavier Thomas has been named by friends as missing.

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"Her parents can rightly be very proud of her".

Another young man, Socaine Drz has been named by family as unaccounted for.

"Sara was so excited about her European & UK adventure". She ran to help the first victims when she was fatally injured.

Christine "Chrissy" Archibald was one of the victims of the London Bridge terror attack. The couple had been visiting the capital for the weekend.

Ms Wallace said she had spoken to her daughter on Friday afternoon, who had been excited about an upcoming trip where she would join her in Paris.

The nanny, from Brisbane, became separated from her friend on Saturday night as people ran for their lives from a white van ploughing into pedestrians on London Bridge.

"In a split second his entire life was ripped away from him. So I started calling her, but she never picked up the phone".

"I have no words".

"We have been in touch with the families of the two young women, Kirsty Boden and Sara Zelenak", Turnbull told Macquarie Radio.

The pair were both au pairs working in Herne Hill in south London and had met each other on a train. Ms Archibald made a decision to join him on a work trip.

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In a statement on Wednesday morning, Bishop said that the Government was "deeply saddened" to confirm the death.

"Every death is a tragedy but this particular event seems to touch us in a particular way - a country girl from South Australia dying in an act of global terrorism seems to reach into every single one of our homes".