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One man who helped restrain the attacker said they had been trying to dislodge a knife from this hand.
The Suspect , Usman Khan, 28, was a convicted terrorist.
Members of The Public also expressed their admiration for those involved.
George Robarts tweeted about the "bravery" of one man,
A chef, known as Lukasz, was joined by another man who used a fire extinguisher and let it off in The Face of the attacker to try to keep him at bay.
Fishermans' chief executive Toby Williamson said both men thought a bomb might be involved.
He confirmed Lukasz was among the injured, but said he was "doing all right".
"They are two of The Most humble people you would know. They would have used their fists if they had to," he said.Toby Williamson, chief executive officer of Fishermans' company, was "proud" of his team
He told BBC 5 live he.
People were screaming that the attacker had "stabbed a couple of women", he said.Stevie Hurst said he "doesn't know" why he was compelled to restrain the attacker
"Everyone was just on top of him, trying to bundle him to the ground.
"We were trying to do as much as we could to try and dislodge The Knife from his hand so he wouldn't harm anyone else. "London Bridge remains under police cordon
"He had two knives on him, one in each hand, and it looked like they were taped to his hands.
"I stamped on his left wrist while Someone Else smacked his hand on the ground and kicked one of the knives away. "
It has also emerged that one of the people who helped tackle Khan was James Ford , who in 2004 was jailed in Kent for the
'A lot of courage'
, whose wife MP Jo Cox was murdered, said: "I hope The Front pages tomorrow are full of the stories of the everyday heroes who helped stop The Attack , not fixated on the low-life attention seekers who carried it out. "
Similarly, said, rather than see The Face of the attacker, she wanted to see the faces of the "brave, heroic pedestrians who took him down, disarmed him and saved people's lives. "
On Twitter, Harvey Bateman added: "It takes a lot of courage to Do Something like that. "
also praised emergency services while Mr Khan said, "They are The Best of us. "