The heroes of the London Bridge terrorist attack, two of whom died trying to save others, were recognized by the Queen for their bravery.
The victims Ignacio Echeverria and Kirsty Boden, killed during the atrocity of London last summer. on the list of this year's Civil Gallery.
Ms. Boden was giving first aid to the victims at the scene when she was fatally stabbed. Mr. Echeverria died trying to defend a woman against terrorists armed only with his skateboard
Two policemen who fought the attackers during their murderous sackings in the center of the capital were also among those to honor.
British policeman Wayne Marques, seriously wounded after fighting the three terrorists armed only with his baton, said the reconnaissance was "a positive element of what was a tragic event".
The 39-year-old man, who hopes to return to work soon, added: "[It’s] a glimmer of hope I hope that not only me but my colleagues and my family and the people who have supported this can take some form of comfort and pride from. " [19659009PolisheroftheMolopolitanCharlesGuenigaultquickedwasnotaserviceatthetimeoftheappealtobeallowedtouseMarkMarksbeforehewasdetained
They were awarded the George Medal for their bravery of an extremely high order.
Two members of the public who in turn helped the Met officer, staying by his side of the stage until the hospital, received the Queen's Commendation.
Ellen Gauntlett and Justin Jones may have saved the life of Pc Guenigault, said the award committee