Person    | Male  Born 7/10/1984  Died 3/6/2017

James McMullan

Categories: Tragedy

Countries: Philippines

James Alexander Meregillano McMullan from Hackney was killed trying to help Sara Zelenak, another victim, during the 2017 attack at London Bridge. A Filipino-British citizen, he was the only British victim of the attack. At the time of his death he had been working on the development of an online education business.

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James McMullan

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James McMullan

In Loving memory of James Alexander Meregillano McMullan, born 7th October 19...

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London Bridge attack 2017

There was only one British citizen amongst the victims; the others were Austr...

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