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I wish I'd done more.

Byline: Geraldine McKelvie EXCLUSIVE

THE hero bouncer who tackled the London Bridge terrorists has said he wishes he could have saved more people.

Ozzie Gandaa, 33, saw colleagues stabbed at the Wheatsheaf pub and charged at the killers.

But he said: "I still blame myself for not doing more to help those who were injured and killed but people tell me not to be an idiot. I wish I could have stopped it happening."

Ozzie, from Notting Hill, West London, came face to face with Khuram Butt as he, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba ran amok in Borough Market.

Ozzie said: "The terrorist looked at me and said, 'I will stab a black man soon'. We picked up what we could, a chair or a glass. Then police arrived."

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Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Jun 11, 2017
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