Au pair, 21, was stabbed to death by Muslim terrorists along with a Good Samaritan who tried to help her after she fell in her high heels

The youngest victim of the terrorist attack at London Bridge had ‘no chance’ to escape before she was stabbed to death by Jihadists, an inquest heard today.

Australian au pair Sara Zelenak, 21, had met up for drinks with her friend Priscila Goncalves near London Bridge before terrorists killed her and seven others on June 3 2017.

After sheltering from the rain at a bar called London Grind at 2 London Bridge they heard the loud crash of the terrorists’ hire van smashing into the railings and began running down stone steps towards Borough Market.

But Ms Zelenak was wearing high heels and appeared to lose her balance, falling over on the wet pavement.