Woman in Iconic London Riots Photo Identified
The woman who was photographed jumping out of a burning building during the London riots has been identified as Monika Konczyk, who recently moved to the UK in search of a better life. INSIDE EDITION has more.
It's an iconic image from the London riots. The dramatic photo shows a woman jumping from a burning building, hoping to be caught by the people waiting below.
Her name is Monika Konczyk and she's a 32-year-old shop assistant from Poland who just moved to London hoping for a better life.
According to the Daily Mirror, she says she thought she was going to die in her apartment. "People started gathering and shouting at me to jump."
Luckily, Konczyk was caught by Good Samaritans and is ok.
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