A police officer, a teacher, an American tourist and a pensioner. They were four people killed among dozens hit in Khalid Masood’s rampage through Westminster.
Pensioner Leslie Rhodes from Streatham, south London, is the latest victim to be named. The 75-year-old’s life support machine was switched off on Thursday (March 23), a day after the attack.
PC Keith Palmer
Taken just 45 minutes before the deadly events unfolded, what is believed to be the last photo of PC Keith Palmer has been revealed.
The 48-year-old husband and father was stabbed and killed as he tried to stop the attacker in the courtyard outside the Houses of Parliament.
British national Aysha Frade was the second victim to be named. The 43-year old teacher was said to be on her way to collect her children from school when she was mowed down and killed.
54-year-old US tourist Kurt Cochran was in London celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary when he died. His wife was among 31 people hospitalised following the attack.
RIP Kurt Cochran, visiting London with wife Melissa for their 25th anniversary, killed on Westminster Bridge. Melissa was seriously injured pic.twitter.com/ZHf34Drson— London Updates (@LondonUpdates) March 23, 2017
An investigation is ongoing, with searches and arrests made and thousands of items seized across England.