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"I heard an engine revving... I remember seeing the front of the vehicle": Widow of US tourist killed in Westminster attack tells inquest how jihadi"s car ploughed into them just two hours into their whistle-stop tour of LondonInquests into the deaths of five terror victims is being held at the...

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‘I heard an engine revving… I remember seeing the front of the vehicle’: Widow of US tourist killed in Westminster attack tells inquest how jihadi’s car ploughed into them just two hours into their whistle-stop tour of London

  • Inquests into the deaths of five terror victims is being held at the Old Bailey
  • Yesterday, the court …

Melissa Cochran, whose husband Kurt (right) died in the Westminster terror attack, gave evidence at the inquests into victims' deaths today
Mr Cochran, from Utah, pushed his wife out of the way of the terrorist's car and took the full force himself

In London for their 25th wedding anniversary, Kurt and Melissa Cochran walk along Westminster Bridge moments before the attacker struck

The couple were seen on CCTV near the Southbank side of the bridge just as Khalid Masood arrived from the opposite direction in his Hyundai Tucson

A witness to the attack said the bridge was 'just chaos' after Masood's car swept through

Masood killed five in his 82-second rampage over Westminster Bridge in March last year
Masood's rented 4x4 ended up crashed into a gates of Parliament. He ran and stabbed PC Keith Palmer to death

Mr Cochran, was on holiday with his wife Melissa, pictured together. She told an inquest hearing was told that his last action was to save her life

Mr Cochran acted with "instinctive courage" when he pushed his wife out of the path of the terrorist's car, the court heard

A paramedic told how he had to move on to other patients after it was decided nothing more could be done to save Mr Cochran

This is one of the last photos taken by tourist Andreea Cristea on Westminster Bridge before she was hit by a car driven by terrorist Khalid Masood and knocked into the Thames

The photos, shown at the victims' inquests yesterday, show Miss Cristea and her boyfriend had been sightseeing in Parliament Square before the terror attack which claimed her life

Her family released this photo of her as they described her as an 'independent, strong and reliable young woman'

Miss Cristea had been visiting London with her boyfriend Andrei in the days before the atrocity

Ms Cristea had recently written a letter saying how 2017 would be the best year of her life

PC Palmer's sister said he 'was always brave and took his role as a police officer seriously'

PC Palmer's coffin is carried into Chapel of St Mary Undercroft at his funeral last year

Leslie Rhodes, pictured in younger life, loved cricket, growing vegetables and music, his family have said