Terror attack heroes honoured at Pride of Britain awards
Four men who helped foil the terror attack on Glasgow Airport in June have received an award for outstanding bravery at the Pride of Britain awards. John Smeaton, 31, Michael Kerr, 40, Stephen Clarkson, 41, and Alex McIlveen, 45, were honoured at the awards in London.
More than 100 celebrities attended the event, including The Prince of Wales, Prime Minister Gordon Brown and celebrities including Wayne Rooney, JK Rowling and Ewan McGregor.
John Smeaton, from Erskine, Renfrewshire, helped police tackle a man who drove a jeep into Glasgow's terminal building. Michael Kerr, from Denny, in Stirlingshire, suffered a broken leg tackling the other suspect from the jeep. Taxi driver Alex McIlveen, and groundworker Stephen Clarkson, both from Glasgow, helped police arriving on the scene.
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