Doctor begged to be let out of locked restaurant to help London Bridge terror victims, inquest hears
An off-duty junior doctor begged to be allowed out of a restaurant to help victims stabbed in the London Bridge attack, saying “I can’t watch them die,” an inquest has heard.
Dr Jonathan Moses, who graduated a year-and-a-half before terrorists struck on June 3 2017, told an inquest he heard people “shouting and screaming” as he ate dinner with a friend.
“I could hear people saying, ‘Oh God, oh God, help, help, they’ve been stabbed, they’ve been stabbed’,” he said giving evidence at the Old Bailey on Monday.
The medic, who had four months’ experience working in a hospital Accident and Emergency department, said he could see two people lying on the pavement outside from the upstairs window of Lobos in Borough High Street…….read more
Source: The Telegraph