Sadly, she was killed in the gruesome attack only over a week following the harsh terrorism act in Manchester.
The mother of an Sara Zelenak who was tragically killed in the London Bridge attack has heard how her daughter passed away due to a knife wound to the neck by terrorists.
A total of eight people were murdered on June 3, when three attackers drove into innocent bystanders with a white van before stabbing revellers in Borough Market with 12-inch ceramic knives.
Inquests into the sad deaths of five of the victims began at Southwark Coroner's Court on June 14.
As a result, Julie Wallace, the mother of Australian nanny Sara, one of two Australians killed, attended today's hearing at a court which was only a few hundred metres from the place of the attack.
According to Daily Mail Australia, investigating police officer DCI Simon Moring told the hearing: 'The provisional cause of death was the stab wound to the neck. Identification was done by dental records and DNA.'
Coroner Andrew Harris told the families: 'All of our thoughts and condolences are with you at this terrible time, one of the most horrible things is for parents to be in court hearing the details of a death, particularly a violent one, of their children.'
21-year-old Zelenak had initially acquired tickets to the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester where a terrorist set off a bomb, killing 22, but ended up not going.