British Police Officer Charlie Guenigault is close to returning to patrol duty after being stabbed five times, including in the head, back, and stomach, during the 2017 London Bridge attack.
According to Sky News, Guenigault returned to work in October, but has not been cleared for patrol.
On Monday he tweeted about putting on his patrol uniform for the first time since that June day.
first day back actually wearing my uniform again. Felt right. Next step working to get back out on the streets ??♂️ #police
— Charlie Guenigault GM (@cguenigaultGM) February 4, 2019
He was off duty and walking home when three terrorists used a van to run down pedestrians. After they crashed they van, the terrorists ran out to stab victims at random. Guenigault fought them off with his bare hands to protect the innocent people around him.
He was awarded the pride of Britain for Outstanding Bravery later that year and also received the George Medal from Queen Elizabeth II back in October.
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