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  • Kirsty Boden is known as the Aussie nurse who lost her life in the 2017 London Bridge terror attack while rushing to the aid of another victim.

    But in her South Australian home town of Riverland, Kirsty was also known as an incredible swimmer, competing at national championships and setting records that still stand today.

    As Samantha Dawes reports, friends, family and the wider swimming community have come together to trying to set a world record to raise funds and honour her legacy.

    Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-28/nurse-kirsty-boden-awarded-florence-nightingale-medal/11155230

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