Friends remember London terror victim Sara

Evrard Martin
Juin 10, 2017

"Sara Zelenak is a young Australian 21-year-old who was working in London, an au pair.whose circumstances have been the subject of very grave concern".

Ms Gonçalves fled through Borough Market and when she saw a terrorist stab a man there, she tried to call Ms Zelenak via web-based messaging service WhatsApp.

"As she ran towards danger, in an effort to help people on the bridge, Kirsty sadly lost her life", her family said in a statement.

When Sara Zelenak hugged her family on March 10 and boarded a flight from Australia to London, she didn't know it was the last time she would see them.

"We're en route to London, my sister Christine Delcros and her boyfriend Xavier Thomas have been victims of the #attack #London #londonattack on the #londonbridge".

The victim has not yet been named but French newspapers reported that he was from St Malo, Brittany, and worked in a bar in the London Bridge area.

"Sara Zelenak is confirmed dead, they found her body and DNA tests confirmed", Ms Wallace wrote. "Hearing his painful sobs on the phone while he's alone trying to deal with this tears me apart".

In the footage, Sara is seen giggling as she feeds an eager baby elephant.

"Thank you for all the overwhelming love and support from everyone".

"Our thoughts at this time are with her family, her loved ones and our staff who have lost a dear friend and colleague".

It had been widely reported that Ms Zelenak was still missing since Saturday night and her family were preparing for awful news.

"Our attractive daughter Sara Zelenak has been confirmed dead", she wrote, including two photos of a smiling Sara at the airport with her brother, as she headed off for the trip of a lifetime.

In a statement, Ms Bishop said the government was "deeply saddened" two Australians had been killed.

Turnbull added that violent extremism was a "disease" in modern society - but one which Australian authorities remained equipped to deal with, after he yesterday confirmed the nation's terror threat level would remain at "probable" in the wake of the latest attack.

Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has reached out to both Sara and Kirsty Boden's families, who was also killed in the attack which his foreign minister has described as savage beyond belief.

Ms Wallace flew to London on Tuesday in a bid to find her daughter, who had not been heard from since the violence.

Chrissy Archibald, 30, from the Canadian province of British Columbia, was the first victim to be named.

"Even though there was limbo for days, there was still a bit of hope", her aunt, Tara, said on Facebook. "You will be forever missed".

Identities of the London Bridge attack victims have continued to emerge, as police recovered a body from the Thames while searching for a French tourist missing since Saturday night. Mr Thomas's girlfriend was struck and seriously injured by the van.

Her family said she would have had "no understanding of the callous cruelty that caused her death".

Ignacio Echeverria, a 39-year-old Spaniard and an expert at HSBC in the fight against money-laundering, was spotted trying to defend a woman from one of the attackers with his skateboard.

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