We have decided to set up this page with focus on Saturday 3rd June, the London Bridge terrorist attack, in memory of those who lost their lives as well of those victims who were lucky enough to survive.
My brother-in-law and I were enjoying an evening in the London Bridge area when we found ourselves caught up in the attack. While we were both lucky enough to avoid the van which crashed in front of us, I was unfortunately one of the first stab victims. Having sustained injuries to my ribs, lung, diaphragm, spleen and stomach and loosing a considerable amount of blood, I have the Royal London Hospital to thank for being here to tell the story.
Both Keith, myself and our families are forever grateful to all the emergency services, surgeons, doctors, nurses and A&E staff who do their jobs day in and day out, saving lives and caring for us all without prejudice. We would specifically like to direct any funds raised to the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel trauma ward with an aim to purchase essential equipment to assist the department however we can.
We would like to thank you in advance for any contributions, they are greatly appreciated. Please dig deep for an amazing cause, and share this among your friends and family.
Richard Livett & Keith Leach