Paramedics stayed away from terror attack ‘hot zone’

Paramedics accused of delaying rescuing victims of the London Bridge terror attack were following rules by not entering an area declared a ‘hot zone’, a court heard. Eight people died after Khuram Butt 27, Rachid Redouane, 30, and Youssef Zaghba, 22, drove a van into pedestrians and stabbed others in the London Bridge area on 3 June 2017. The London Ambulance Service has faced criticism for its response to the attack with some accusing the force of delays in deploying…

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