brave Gateshead boxing coach who battled to save police officer in London attack HomeNewsNorth East NewsLow Fell'I'm not a hero' Tony Davis was one of the first on the scene after PC Keith Palmer was stabbed at the Palace of WestminsterByLaura Hill 12:08, 23 MAR 2017Updated12:46, 24 MAR coach outlet sale black friday 2017 Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email "I'm not brave, I am not a hero," the Gateshead man who tried desperately to save the life of PC Keith Palmer has said. Former Low Fell boxing coach Tony Davis desperately tried to save the coach factory outlet locations life of the police officer who was killed in a terror attack outside of the Houses of Parliament. Team GB boxing coach Tony, jumped the fence and tried to resuscitate PC Keith Palmer as he fought for his life on the pavement at Westminster following the knife attack on Wednesday night. Talking about the attack on ITV's This Morning, Tony said it was his "natural instinct" to help the injured cop. "Everything happened so quickly but my natural instinct was to get over there," he said. Team GB boxing coach Tony Davis (circled) helps try to save the life of PC Keith Palmer who was stabbed outside the Palace of Westminster, London (Image: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire) Tony spent 22 years in the British Army and has had some first aid coach outlet locations yahoo training as a boxing coach and soldier. "I am not that specially trained but I know the basics and how to put someone at ease," he said Recalling the moment the bloodied police officer collapsed on the ground outside coach bags on sale canada the Palace of Westminster he said: "When he fell to the ground he was bleeding profusely." The boxing coach spent around three and a half minutes trying to resuscitate the man before MP Tobias Ellwood took over and paramedics arrived on the scene. Tony was at the Houses of Parliament along with Low Fell boxer Callum French and Washington Olympian Pat McCormack for a press conference as the horror unfolded. We stand together: See North East monuments lit up in tribute to London terror attack victims The group were leaving the building when they heard a loud bang.
"My first thought was that it was a bomb," 21 year old Callum said. "As we were leaving I heard the loud bang. I thought I better get back inside the building if it was a bomb.
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