Stephen Hilder, 70, once helped a woman injured in a 2017 terrorist attack, but he was caught by a Land Rover in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, on January 4, 2019.
The grandfather who was killed while crossing the road was the unsung hero of the London Bridge terrorist attack.
Stephen Hilder, 70, was hit and killed by a Land Rover Freelander while walking to work on January 4, 2019.
The Maidstone Royal Court heard that Stephen (Stephen) of Tonbridge, Kent, was involved in the attack in London, killing 8 people when he returned from Epsom Derby on June 3, 2017.
In the violence, three terrorists deliberately drove a truck into a pedestrian on the London Bridge and then crashed on the south bank of the Thames.
Then, the jihadists ran to the nearby borough market and started stabbing people in crowded restaurants and bars.
His son Daniel Hilder said in the victim’s impact statement: “Even if it is a threat to his own life, it will not be between his ability to provide help to those in need.”
Smith, who lives in Tunbridge Wells, was killed by careless driving and was sentenced to probation and 150 hours of unpaid work.
Post time: Jan-12-2021