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Woolwich Murder: Cornish Mum Confronts Suspects
10:12am 23rd May 2013
A Cornish mum explains how she faced down two terror suspects after a man was hacked to death on the streets of London.
It is understood the victim who was attacked near Woolwich was a soldier.
Two men have been arrested.
Ingrid Loyau-Kennett was on a bus when the attack happened and jumped off to check the soldier's pulse.
The scout leader from Helston confronted two men and asked them to hand over their weapons.
The 48 year old reportedly told the men: "It is only you versus many people, you are going to lose."
The government's emergency committee Cobra is meeting on Thursday.
Read more about the attack that is being described as "sickening and horrific."
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