A man hailed as “a national hero” for his intervention during the Westminster Bridge terror attack is battling Covid in an Istanbul hospital.
Tony Davis, 47, a boxing coach from Gateshead, was one of the first people to try and save PC Keith Palmer who was fatally stabbed in the 2017 attack.
He was coaching Bahrain’s Olympic boxing team when he fell ill.
The former soldier had tried to save PC Palmer, one of five people killed when a terrorist drove a car into crowds on Westminster Bridge and then stabbed the officer outside the Houses of Parliament on 22 March 2017.
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