MUSLIM VEHICLE RAMMING ATTACK ON Westminster Bridge Claims Two American Victims Kurt and Melissa Cochran Of Utah

Kurt and Melissa Cochran 
West Bountiful, Utah 

 Mr. Cochran 

 Mrs. Cochran 

Mrs. Cochran 

A Utah couple celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on a dream tour of Europe are among the victims of the London terror attack. Kurt Cochran, 54, died after being thrown over Westminster Bridge onto a walkway beneath it when ISIS terrorist Khalid Masood mowed him down in his Hyundai 4x4. His 46-year-old wife Melissa was also struck. She lay frozen on the bridge among postcards from a toppled tourism stand with blood pouring from her head while strangers consoled her. Mrs Cochran was taken to hospital in the UK where she is being treated for a broken leg and rib. They were the first people hit when Masood, who later died in hospital after being shot by police, embarked on his murderous path across the bridge where at least ten more innocent pedestrians were hit. Daily Mail >>>>>>>

Khalid Masood 
MUSLIM TERRORIST

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