When John Crilly saw a bomb had gone off outside Liverpool Women's Hospital on Remembrance Sunday, his thoughts went immediately to the hero cab driver David Perry. "It set me off if I'm honest," he says. "Flashbacks to London Bridge. I get them all the time seeing people dead, and I just burst out crying. It can be loud noises, things on the telly, the Liverpool bomb. Visual things. I need someone to go into my head and stop them." It's two years on Monday since John Crilly became a hero, just for one day. He was attending an ex-offenders education conference in Fishmonger Hall in London, when one of the other attendees began stabbing people with knives attached to each wrist. Usman Khan opened his coat to reveal he was wearing a suicide vest, which he threatened to detonate. The terrorist was confronted by Darryn Frost, Steve Gallant and John Crilly on London Bridge ( Image: PA) Images of John turning a fire extinguisher on Khan on London Bridge – while another attendee chased him with a Narwhal tusk grabbed from a wall and a third man tried to grab him – went viral all over the world. Incredibly,… Read full this story
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