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2000 London Black Cabs Now Carry RAPAID

RAPAID hit a major milestone today as it equipped it’s 2000th London taxi with a life-saving emergency bandage kit, just nine days before the fourth anniversary of the 2019 London Bridge terrorist attack in which two people – Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt – tragically lost their lives.

The charity’s founder Alex Chivers presented taxi driver, Howard Taylor, with the kit, which contains military-style emergency bandages, outside London Bridge tube station on 20th November. He was joined by Darryn Frost QGM, who confronted the attacker with a Narwhal tusk, preventing further loss of life, and Travis Frain BCA, an anti-terrorism activist and survivor of the 2017 Westminster Bridge attack.

Read the article on BBC News.