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Westminster attack victim 'would help anybody'

Leslie Rhodes died in hospital on Thursday Credit: PA

Leslie Rhodes, the fourth victim of the Westminster terror attack, would "do anything for anybody".

Mr Rhodes, 75, from Streatham, who died on Thursday from his injuries, is believed to have been visiting St Thomas' hospital when he was mown down by Khalid Masood's car on Westminster Bridge.

Neighbours paid tribute to Mr Rhodes as "a lovely man" and said he had been "as fit as a fiddle" despite his age.

Philip Williams, 61, said: "We'd known him for 24 years.

"He was a lovely man. He would do anything for anybody."

He added that Mr Rhodes was not married and had no children.


Westminster: Two more 'significant arrests' made

Two more "significant arrests" have been made in connection with the Westminster terror attack, police have said.

The arrests were made in the West Midlands and north west, the Met's Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, speaking outside of Scotland Yard on Friday, revealed.

Nine people remain in police custody, while a woman has been released on bail.

Five searches at various properties are ongoing, while 16 have been completed, Assistant Commissioner Rowley said.

Police have also seized 2,700 items as part of the investigation.

Westminster attack: 75-year-old victim is named

A man identified as Leslie Rhodes, 75, is the fourth victim Credit: PA

A 75-year-old man who died in the Westminster terror attack has been identified as Leslie Rhodes from Streatham.

Mr Rhodes' death was confirmed by Scotland Yard's top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley, speaking at a press conference on Friday.

Two other victims people remain in critical condition in hospital, a third with life-threatening injuries, while two police officers hurt on Westminster Bridge are also still being treated for "very significant" injuries.

At least 50 people - including 12 different nationalities - were injured during the attack, with 31 requiring hospital treatment, Assistant Commissioner Rowley said.

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