Woolwich heroine Ingrid Loyau-Kennett speaks for first time after arriving home in Helston
Woolwich heroine Ingrid Loyau-Kennett, who stopped to try and help Drummer Lee Rigby and ended up talking to his alleged killers, has spoken for the first time after getting home to Helston.
She told the West Briton her intervention, which drew praise from everybody including Prime Minister David Cameron, was just down to natural instinct.
The feisty mum-of-two, who lives in Bulwark Road in the town, says she was on autopilot when she jumped off a double-decker bus to administer first aid to Mr Rigby in John Wilson Street, Woolwich, on Wednesday afternoon.
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