The Polish truck driver who was stabbed and shot to death in the Berlin Christmas market attack was a liked person in his tiny little village in Poland.
Almost a year after Anis Amri drove a truck into a Berlin Christmas market, startling police "failures" in the case have come to light. An investigator said he could not fathom why the killer was not under surveillance.
The campaign to help the family of Polish driver Lukasz Urban, who died when his truck was hijacked for the Berlin attack, was started by British trucker Dave Duncan.
It was supposed to be his last drive of the year - but for Polish truck driver Lukasz Urban, the journey came to a terrible end. Now his homeland is mourning the quiet hero.
The Polish truck driver killed in the attack on a Christmas market in Berlin last week has been buried in his hometown. Truckers all over Poland sounded their horns in solidarity with their slain colleague.
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