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Patrick Hutchinson carried an injured person to safety in London.
The condition of the victims has not been confirmed.
British authorities referred to the incident as "terror-related."
He's been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in the U.K. since 2012.
A 3-month-old named Naz flashed the Duke of Sussex a beautiful smile during a visit in London.
The mom of three bonded with kids during her visit to highlight Children's Mental Health Week.
And that rumour is fuelling some other rumours, if you know what we mean.
As a Canadian living in London, I am deeply saddened to see this happen to the city that I now call home, and my thoughts are with those directly affected. However, despite the recent spate of violence and terror, I still feel safe in my adopted city.
We have a problem, rather, a preoccupation with power. It is human nature to want and crave it, but the ways we get it and keep it are usually inhumane. The simplest, most base feeling of power is that of physical might. The ability to defeat one's foes in combat.