Heroic policeman who risked his life to stop a driver from plowing runners must be honored at Pride of Britain Awards
PC Claire Bond, 48, from Staffordshire, suffered a broken leg after being run over by drug dealer Gurajdeep Malhi in September 2018
The mother of four had responded to reports that a car had crashed in a garage in Coton Fields, Stafford, near the course of a 10k race
Upon arriving at the scene, PC Bond struggled with Malhi as she attempted to grab her keys for fear he would head straight for the race course, which was packed with runners.
PC Bond was eventually taken to safety but had to undergo five-hour surgery to save his broken leg
A year after the incident, PC Bond competed in the same race she bred for the Care of Police Survivors charity
PC Bond was unable to work for 18 months, but resumed police duties on April 1
The awards ceremony, organized by the Daily Mirror in partnership with TSB, will be broadcast on ITV on November 1 from 9 p.m.
Ceremony host Carol Vorderman said: « Our winners are the perfect representation of how the country has come together in 2020
« People have faced challenges unlike anything we could have imagined, but we have all helped each other out, and that’s what Pride of Britain is all about
« And that’s also the raison d’être of our winners From a six-year-old schoolboy to a 100-year-old war hero, and from a young mother to an English footballer, they all put in the effort extremes to prioritize others
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