The Polish man made enthusiastic headlines when used a narwhal tusk to, together with 2 other heroic guys, chase away a terrorist murderer who stabbed 5 people in London, two fatally. He took the tusk off the wall of the premises he works at. Resourceful Pole, as usual.
Unfortunately, the murderer, who was British, stabbed two young people to death.
Two mums have told how they ran towards the blazing wreckage of a four-vehicle pile-up to drag five seriously injured casualties to safety.
Childhood pals Natalia Kowszyn and Weronika Dawgul came forward after they were hailed as heroes for their role in the drama on the notorious Standing Stane Road between Kirkcaldy and Leven.
Despite potentially saving a number of lives, the two 34-year-olds put their actions down to “human nature” and said anyone would have done the same thing.
Natalia and Weronika had been on their way home to Kirkcaldy from Glenburnie Care Home in Leven, where they both work as carers, when they were caught up in the crash last Friday.
Natalia said they had stopped to offer help to the occupants of a stationary car with its hazard lights flashing near Wellsgreen golf range when they heard a bang from behind them and saw flames in their rear view mirror.
“Two cars had crashed into each other and one of them was on fire,” she said.
“There was not much time for thinking. We just ran and started pulling people out and got them as far away from the car as we could.”