Monday morning’s This Morning saw Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield interview two civilians, named Stevie and Thomas, who selflessly disarmed a terrorist in Friday’s attack on London Bridge  During the interview, Stevie recalled the moment he saw a commotion on the bridge, as he told: “I pulled up and I saw about ten or fifteen people running away in the opposite direction and I felt compelled to jump out and try and find out what was happening  “As I made my way over there I am just thinking it was a group of guys having a fight – having a bit of a tumble around but as I am running over they were screaming ‘he has stabbed someone, he has killed two people ”  He added: “I then saw the blood and wanted to get involved and hope as much as possible  “The guys who were there, already on top of him, amazing.”  He went on to add: “We did everything that we can, Tom kicking at his hands, me kicking at his hands, trying to do anything we could do to assist the people already there trying to disarm his knife ”  Fans of the show rushed to Twitter to praise the brave men for their valiant effort in rushing towards the scene which put their lives at risk to help others  A thankful member of the public praised: “Sat watching #ThisMorning about the attack in London on Friday, I think these two men and the others should be publicly praised! Not only these but the police who where there I was within 100m whole this happened and the professionalism of the police and effectiveness ”  “Watching @thismorning all I can say is how extraordinarily proud I am to be a londoner knowing I rub shoulders with heros like this THANK YOU #LondonBridgeHeroes” contributed a TV watcher.”  Another reached out: “Well done for what you did, no matter how small you think it was, it was a massive thing ”  Friday’s terror attack, which saw Usman Khan stab five people in Fishmongers’ Hall before being held down by members of the public in nearby London Bridge until police arrived and shot him dead  Two of the victims died following the attack.  They have been named as Jack Merritt, 25, of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire and Saskia Jones, 23, of Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire  Both were graduates of the University of Cambridge and family liaison officers are supporting their families  Both victims were involved in the university’s Learning Together programme – Jack as a co-ordinator and Saskia as a volunteer  Terrorist Usman Khan was on licence and wearing an electronic monitoring tag when he launched his attack as he attended the conference on prisoner rehabilitation hosted by the scheme at Fishmongers’ Hall  The University of Cambridge confirmed two of their graduates had been killed and a third member of staff among the injured  *This Morning continues tomorrow morning at 10:30am on ITV