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BBC News presenter Jane Hill apologised to viewers as she broke down in tears while reporting on London Bridge victims Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt.
As she read the results from the Fishmongers' Hall inquest, which concluded the pair had been unlawfully killed by Unman Khan, Jane could be heard getting emotional.
As Jane read out the emotional statement from the jury at the inquest, she struggled to get her words out.
Appearing evidently emotional Jane was heard pausing while reading out the statement, before apologising to viewers, telling them: "I'm so sorry, it's a very emotional statement."
During their inquests, Coroner Mark Lucraft QC paid tribute to the victims, and said their lives "enriched those around them" and "demonstrated a profound commitment to society".
Jones who was 23 years-old at time had aspirations to become a police officer and attended events organised by their university's Learning Together programme as a supporter.
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