London banker dies after trying to save couple from gang assault
A very sad case is being reported in the UK. A city banker and father of two has died after trying to depend a young couple, who were strangers to him, from a gang attack.
A senior banking executive died of head injuries after he intervened in a street brawl.
Police said Frank McGarahan, 45, who was the chief operating officer of Barclays Wealth, sustained a "fatal injury" early on Sunday morning after witnessing an assault in Norwich. Witnesses said the father-of-two intervened when a group of youths assaulted a young couple.
He was waiting with his one of his younger brothers and another relative when the incident occurred.
A member of Mr McGarahan's family told the Daily Mail: "They were at the back of the queue waiting quietly to go back to their hotel when they saw an assault taking place on a young man and his girlfriend by a mob of nine or 10 blokes in their early 20s.