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The Metropolitan police have not excluded the possibility that the jogger and his victim knew each other.Officers said that the as yet unidentified jogger ran the other way across the bridge around 15 minutes after pushing his victim.Oliver Salbris, 45, swerved his number 430 bus to avoid the commuter, 33, when she was pushed into the road by the runner on Putney Bridge in south west London.
The hero bus driver who saved the life of a woman shoved into his path by a jogger says the 'Putney pusher' must be prosecuted as he reveals the victim has not yet been in touch to thank him.
Bus operators Go Ahead London told 5 News: 'The driver commented that he is pleased to have been a hero, he was just doing his job.' Police questioned and released two men including millionaire American investment banker Eric Bellquist, 41.
Mr Bellquist, who lives in Chelsea, west London, was released when he proved he was in the US at the time.
Her co-worker, Angel Miranda, told NBC New York that 'Luisa was a beautiful person'.'She got along with everyone. According to Valdez's co-workers, she had just gotten off the bus to head to work but paused for a few minutes at the bust stop to have a cigarette.
Valdez is a grandmother who has worked as a nursing assistant at Harborage for 25 years, according to NBC.