Killed outside pub: 'Insprational' lad named as second victim of London terror van gang

A SECOND victim of the London Bridge terror attack has been named by his family following news a charity worker was killed in front of her fiancé.

James McMullan, 32, who lived in Hackney, was outside the Barrowboy and Banker pub when the terrorists crashed a van into it.

The businessman's sister Melissa had previously appealed for information, as he was missing, but said police had told the family his bank card had been found on a body.

In an emotional statement, she said: "While our pain will never diminish it is important for us to all carry on with our lives in direct opposition to those who would try to destroy us.

"And remember that hatred is the refuge of small-minded individuals and will only breed more. This is not a course we will follow despite our loss.

"From his friends that were with him that night, they want everyone to know what a generous and caring friend he was.

"Words will never be able to match his essence, there will only ever be one James.

"Nowehere else will you find such humour and unique personality, with someone who puts friends and family above all else.

"He was an inspiration."

Earlier Christine Archibald, 30, who volunteered with the homeless was revealed to have died in front of her soon-to-be-husband.

Fiancé Tyler Ferguson was walking just ahead of "Chrissy" on London Bridge when he heard screeching tyres.

Tragically, the Canadian was mown down in Saturday night's terror rampage that left seven dead and injured 48.

Mr Ferguson tried desperately to save her with mouth-to-mouth but she did not survive.

In a heartbreaking tribute, Chrissy's family urged the public to donate to homeless charities in her memory, saying: "Tell them Chrissy sent you.”

A statement released by the Archibald family, from British Columbia, said: "We grieve the loss of our beautiful, loving daughter and sister. She had room in her heart for everyone and believed strongly that every person was to be valued and respected.

"She lived this belief working in a shelter for the homeless until she moved to Europe to be with her fiance."

A French citizen was also killed, foreign affairs minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said.

The victim has not yet been named but French newspapers reported that he was from St Malo, Brittany, and worked in a bar in the London Bridge area.

Five other people are still missing after the attack on Saturday night.

They are Australian nanny Sara Zelenak, 21, Ignacio Echeverria, 39, an HSBC bank worker from Spain, Xavier Thomas, from France, cafe worker Sebastien Belanger, also from France and Socaine Drz.

The trio of terrorists were shot dead within eight minutes of the start of the attack as anti-terror cops swooped on the nightmare scene.

The NHS has confirmed that 48 people were injured – 18 of whom are reportedly still in a "critical condition".