Pictured: Polish kitchen worker who battled London Bridge killer Usman Khan with a 5ft pole

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Lucasz Koczocik grabbed hold of a 5ft lance when he heard chilling screams while washing glasses at Fishmonger's Hall on Friday and engaged the terrorist in one minute of 'kill or be killed' combat.
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