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Topic - Ingrid Loyau-Kennett
A brave scout leader who may have prevented further violence has emerged as an unlikely hero in the apparent terror attack that left one man dead on the streets of London.
Loyau-Kennett, who lives in Cornwall in southwest England, told several British media outlets Wednesday night and Thursday morning that she was returning from a trip to France and was visiting her children in
She said she saw a crashed car and the victim lying on the street and tried to help him since she had been trained in first aid.