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#WarOnTerror : London Bridge terrorists lunged to stab a drinker before being shot dead by armed police (video)

This is the heart-stopping moment the London Bridge terrorists lunged to stab a drinker before being shot dead by armed police in a hail of 50 bullets. 


Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane, and Youssef Zaghba>



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Terrifying CCTV footage emerged last night showing the final moments of terrorists Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane, and Youssef Zaghba as their murderous rampage through the capital's Borough Market was brought to a bloody end.


The video shows how they first tried unsuccessfully to enter the Wheatsheaf pub but were stopped by staff who barricaded the doors. Then they launched themselves on a passer-by in a vicious knife attack.

But the 23 seconds of mayhem ended when officers jumped from their still-moving Armed Response Vehicle and opened fire with assault rifles, shooting the terrorists dead.

Amazingly, the terrorists' victim got up and staggered away to safety.


The terrifying CCTV begins with the three attackers trying to enter The Wheatsheaf pub but finding the entrance barred 





They run back onto the road and sprint towards a man walking past the entrance of Borough Market

The footage begins with Butt, 27, Redouane, 30, and Zaghba, 22, walking calmly towards the entrance of The Wheatsheaf pub.

They had already murdered eight people and injured dozens after crashing their car on London Bridge and leaping out brandishing knives.

The three terrorists try to enter The Wheatsheaf but find the doors are barred by staff, who are sheltering dozens of drinkers.

At this moment the terrorists spot a man in a dark shirt and white trousers running along the road.

The first attacker, thought to be Youssef Zaghba, who has a striped black and white shirt, springs over and plunges a foot-long knife into the victim's torso.

The victim falls to the ground as the second attacker, Khuram Butt, who can be identified by his Arsenal shirt, joins in the frenzied attack.

Rachid Redouane, who has a dark hoodie, also leaps on the victim and all three stab him as a police squad car speeds towards them with its sirens blaring.

Even as the officers arrive brave members of the public can be seen throwing chairs at the terrorists in an effort to distract them. This corresponds with reports from witnesses.

At least three policemen pour out of the car while it is still moving, with two leaving by the right-hand door and another from the left.

The car continues edging forward as one officer runs towards Butt, who tries to lunge at him with his knife before being shot down. The other two officers target Zaghba and Redouane.


The terrorists plunge their knives into the victim, who falls onto the floor as a police car approaches


Officers with guns poured out and mowed down the attackers in a hail of gunfire, as the victim staggered to his feet and ran away


The officers arrived after the attackers tried to enter The Wheatsheaf pub but found the entrance barred

Redouane is shot, and falls onto the floor alongside one of the other officers, who gets back onto his feet before kicking the terrorist to ensure he is dead.

At this point the victim gets to his feet and runs away, a total of 12 seconds after being first attacked by Zaghba.

It is not clear whether the victim survived the assault.

A later photo, taken around the corner at The Globe pub, showed a bloodied man in similar clothes receiving medical treatment. This person has not been identified.

Five seconds after the victim runs away, another squad car arrives with three more officers.

They are quickly joined by another two, who together fired 50 rounds of bullets to kill the terrorists. All three were neutralised six seconds after the armed police arrived.

The disturbing scenes came at the end of eight minutes of chaos that killed eight and injured nearly 50.


The footage emerged as the death toll from the attack reached eight, following the discovery of a body near Limehouse, downstream from London Bridge


A later photo, taken around the corner at The Globe pub, showed a bloodied man wearing similar clothes to the victim receiving medical treatment. This person has not been identified


Butt lies on the floor in Borough Market after being shot by armed police


The bodies of the two other men, including Redouane, believed to be on the right, lie in the road in Borough Market after being gunned down

The attack began as terrorists Khuram Butt, Yousef Zaghba and Rachid Redouane mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge and crashed their van.

They then leapt out and began attacking drinkers in pubs and bars around the ancient food market in Southwark.

New footage is emerging of the attack as workers are finally being allowed back into their shops, bars and places of work.

A second video obtained by MailOnline shows armed police storming the Luncheonette in Borough High Street near where the terrorists were shot.

Customers were held behind a door as officers told them to leave the restaurant, turn left, and run for their lives.

A third video, also filmed at the restaurant, shows officers directing people out of the door as gunshots are heard.

A fourth video shows customers fleeing from Cafe Rossi, a kebab shop opposite Stoney Street at the entrance to Borough Market.


A second video obtained by MailOnline shows armed police evacuating the Luncheonette in Borough High Street near where the terrorists were shot


The aftermath: Debris from Saturday's attack in Borough Market, London, remained in the street on Wednesday


Mess at The Bunch of Grapes pub in Saint Thomas Street, London, opposite Borough Market. A half-drunk pint of beer and half-empty bottle of Coke can be seen on a table


And now: As the drizzle dropped into their pints, the capital city's workers refused to be put off by Saturday night's massacre


Residents wasted no time after the cordon was lifted to get back to having fun, as they were pictured sipping pints in the bustling central London area


People started drinking at The Bunch of Grapes as soon as they finished work and appeared to be in good spirits


These three friends enjoyed sharing a few pints in the pub on Wednesday evening


There were plenty of punters around the newly opened bars and restaurants in Borough Market


Giuseppe's Restaurant on Borough High Street was bustling with diners enjoying the food on Wednesday evening


Remembering the dead: Floral tributes were left around London bridge, where crowds paid their respects on Wednesday

The death toll from the attack has reached eight, following the discovery of a body near Limehouse, downstream from London Bridge.

Xavier Thomas, 45, is thought to have been knocked into the water when he was struck by the van driven by the fanatics on Saturday night.

Scotland Yard yesterday announced that its marine unit had recovered a body near Limehouse, which is four miles downstream of London Bridge, at 7.44pm on Tuesday.

Although formal identification has yet to take place, the body is understood to be that of Mr Thomas.

He was last seen walking southbound across the bridge with his girlfriend Christine Delcros during a weekend visit to London from France.

Miss Delcros was struck by the van and continues to be treated for serious injuries in hospital. She is understood to be in a stable condition.

Police initially said that the terrorists had claimed seven victims. But when Mr Thomas was reported missing by family members, officers started searching the Thames for him.

A spokesman for Scotland Yard said: 'Detectives were appealing for information about Xavier Thomas, 45, a French national who had not been seen since the night of the terrorist attack on London Bridge.


In a third video, an officer can be seen escorting people out of the restaurant as shots ring out around him


Xavier Thomas, 45, died after he was thrown into the River Thames by the terrorists' van. He was with his girlfriend, Christine Delcros (pictured), when the attack happened


Detectives appealed for information about him after he was reported missing and searches took place on the River Thames

'On Tuesday at approximately 7.44pm the body of a man was recovered from the river, near Limehouse, by specialist officers from the Marine Police Unit.

'Formal identification has not yet taken place, however Mr Thomas's next of kin have been informed of this development.'

The eight terror victims killed in London Bridge attack


Christine Archibald, 30, from British Columbia, Canada

James McMullan, 32, from Hackney, east London

Alexandre Pigeard, 27, from Normandy, France

Kirsty Boden, 28, from Loxton, Australia

Ignacio Echeverria, 39, from Las Rozas, Spain

Sara Zelenak, 21, from Brisbane, Australia

Sebastien Belanger, 36, from Angers, France

Xavier Thomas, 45, from Loire-Atlantique, France

The other victims of the attack have been named as James McMullan, 32, from Hackney in London, Canadian Christine Archibald, 30, Spanish banker Ignacio Echeverria, 39, Australian nurse Kirsty Boden, 28, Australian au pair Sara Zelenak, 21, French chef Sebastien Belanger, 36, and French waiter Alexandre Pigeard, 27.

Miss Zelenak's family last night said they were 'deeply saddened at the tragic loss of our beautiful daughter and sister'

It comes as police and security forces continue to face questions about whether opportunities to prevent the atrocity were missed.

MailOnline can reveal there were several opportunities to stop more than one of the terrorists getting into Britain in the first place - but the authorities failed to intervene.

Mastermind Khuram Butt was deemed a 'low priority' despite an aborted attempt to wage holy war in Syria, links to several notorious extremists and an appearance on national TV where he unfurled an ISIS-style flag in public.

Friends and worried parents say they reported him to the anti-terror hotline at least three times for extremist behaviour and trying to radicalise children.

The youngest attacker Youssef Zaghba, 22, was waved through at Stansted Airport in January despite Italian police flagging him as a potential terrorist on a Europe-wide warning system designed to alert passport control.

His own mother even asked police in his native Italy to keep him in custody after he tried to fly to Syria and told officers: 'I'm going to be a terrorist'.

And failed asylum seeker Rachid Redouane, 30, was not deported after ten years in the UK despite being caught with a fake passport and living illegally under a false name.

He then married a British woman in Ireland and used it as a 'backdoor' to return to the UK and carry out the devastating attack on Saturday, killing eight and maiming 48 by ramming crowds with a rented van and slashing people with knives.

Since Saturday night's attack, police and security services have faced repeated questions about whether they could have foiled the atrocity.

MailOnline can reveal there were several opportunities to stop more than one of the terrorists getting into Britain in the first place - but the authorities failed to intervene.


In a fourth video, also obtained by MailOnline, customers flee from Cafe Rossi, a kebab shop opposite Stoney Street at the entrance to Borough Market


New footage is returning as people finally return to work at the bars and restaurants in Borough Market. Pictured: A sea of blue lights outside Cafe Rossi


From left: Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba were all shot dead by police following their crazed terror attack in London

Mastermind Khuram Butt was deemed a 'low priority' despite an aborted attempt to wage holy war in Syria, links to several notorious extremists and an appearance on national TV where he unfurled an ISIS-style flag in public.

Friends and worried parents say they reported him to the anti-terror hotline at least three times for extremist behaviour and trying to radicalise children.

The youngest attacker Youssef Zaghba, 22, was waved through at Stansted Airport in January despite Italian police flagging him as a potential terrorist on a Europe-wide warning system designed to alert passport control.

BOUNCER SAVED 90 DRINKERS AMID CHAOS OF ATTACK


A hero bouncer has told MailOnline how he rushed 90 drinkers down into a basement amid the chaos of Saturday night's terror attack.

Ovie Obodoruhu was working the doors at St Christophers Inn in Borough Market when Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba went on a barbaric killing spree which has left eight dead.

As the terrorists rampaged through the area surrounding London Bridge, the burly doorman ordered everyone in the pub to get down into the basement.


Ovie Obodoruhu was working the doors at St Christophers Inn in Borough Market when Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba went on a barbaric killing spree which has left eight dead

Having grown up in Nigeria, he said he was used to confrontation, and that his instincts kicked in.

He said: 'People were running past the pub shouting, 'Run for your lives', but I didn't know what the situation was. So I got everybody down to the basement.

'We had a lot of people in. It was very busy. But definitely my main concern was getting people to safety.'

The bouncer was then tasked with keeping hysterical punters calm as the knife-wielding extremists ran riot on the streets outside.


As the terrorists rampaged through the area surrounding London Bridge, the burly doorman ordered everyone in the pub to get down into the basement

'People were scared, of course,' he said.

'But I just tried to tell them it was the safest place for them. It was safe in the basement.'

Less than ten minutes after gunfire was heard, killing the assailants, riot police stormed the pub telling Ovie he needed to get himself and his customers out.

It's something the experienced doorman thinks was the wrong decision.

'He came in and said he needed everybody out,' he said.

'Everybody needs to run for their lives.

'I think it was too early to get people to run out into the streets.

'We didn't know if the killers were all dead. It could have been three. It could have been thirteen. We don't know.

'By doing that you're exposing people to danger. You're pulling them into the streets. Into the path of killers.

'It was less than 10 minutes after the gunshots were heard. It was pulling them into danger. People were safe in that basement.'


The bouncer said that the police's efforts to neutralise all three killers in eight minutes was impressive. Pictured: St Christopher's Inn

But the bouncer said that the police's efforts to neutralise all three killers in eight minutes was impressive.

Having reflected on the turbulent few days since the weekend, he said of the terrorists' actions: 'I still don't understand it. They are animalistic.

'How can you take another person's life? To assassinate them in the street. It's so wrong.'

His own mother even asked police in his native Italy to keep him in custody after he tried to fly to Syria and told officers: 'I'm going to be a terrorist'.

And failed asylum seeker Rachid Redouane, 30, was not deported after ten years in the UK despite being caught with a fake passport and living illegally under a false name.



He then married a British woman in Ireland and used it as a 'backdoor' to return to the UK and carry out the devastating attack on Saturday, killing eight and maiming 48 by ramming crowds with a rented van and slashing people with knives.
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