Polish kitchen worker who was stabbed as he battled London Bridge killer says he acted instinctively

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Lukasz Koczocik, the Fishmongers' Hall porter who fought off London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan with a pole, said he 'acted instinctively' and has sent his condolences to the victims of the attack.
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