Court hears harrowing details of victims stabbed to death as they ran towards terror attack in belief car crash was accidental A man who attacked the London Bridge terrorists with his skateboard to save a woman’s life is among the victims hailed for extraordinary bravery in their last moments. Inquests into the June 2017 attack heard how eight people were murdered and 48 others seriously injured in 10 minutes of “high and terrible drama”. The area around Borough Market had been swarming with Londoners and tourists on a warm summer evening, when pubs were packed out for the Champions League final.   Relatives broke down as the Old Bailey was told details of the brutal attacks, which claimed the lives of French, Australian, Canadian, Spanish and British victims. Among them was Ignacio Echeverria, a financial crime analyst from Spain with a passion for skateboarding. A family statement read to the Old Bailey said the 39-year-old had spent a full day skateboarding with friends, “moving from one hotspot to the next in London”. “He had planned to go for dinner to his sister’s place but decided to delay his visit to later in the evening because he was really having a good time,” the E...