A truck that crashed into a Christmas market near the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche (Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church) in Berlin is pictured on December 20, 2016. German police said they were treating as "a probable terrorist attack" the killing of 12 people when the speeding lorry cut a bloody swath through the packed Berlin Christmas market. / AFP PHOTO / Tobias SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty Images

A campaign to raise money for the family of a Polish lorry driver murdered during an attack on a Berlin Christmas market attack has raised more than £170,000 in the six days since it was set up.
Lukasz Urban, 37, was shot and stabbed after the attacker hijacked his truck and drove it into the crowded market, killing 12 and injuring 50.
The trucker was reportedly on his way home to his wife, Zuzanna, and their 17-year-old-son when he was attacked. 
Dave Duncan, a British lorry driver from Otley, West Yorkshire, set up the fundraising page after reading reports of how Mr Urban had fought with the terrorist seconds before the truck ploughed into the crowd.
The suspected attacker, 24-year-old Tunisian Anis Amri, was shot dead by police in Italy four days after the attack. 
The donation page has now raised over £171,000 after more than 10,000 people gave money. 
Mr Duncan, its creator, wrote: “Although I …