Lancashire students injured in London terror attack

Students from Edge Hill University have been injured in the terror attack in London.

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Victim of London terror attack says he has no ill will towards the man who tried to kill him

A Lancashire student injured in the Westminster terror attack says he has no ill will towards the man who tried to kill him.

Owen Lambert said for a horrifying moment he thought two of his friends had been killed because he couldn't find them on the bridge.

The 18 year old who's from Morecambe has been left with a large cut on his head.

He's studying at Edge Hill University and was determined to go back to lectures today and says terrorists will never win.

Owen been speaking to our correspondent Elaine Willcox:


Prince of Wales visits injured Lancashire student

A Lancashire student injured in the Westminster terror attack has been visited by the Prince of Wales.

Travis Frain and the Prince of Wales Credit: Travis Frain/Facebook

Travis Frain was seriously injured, including a fractured leg and hand, after being hit by the car driven by attacker Khalid Masood.

The Prince of Wales had visited staff and patients at King's Hospital, where many of the injured were treated.

Terror attack: 'Significant arrest' made in North West

Police say two more "significant arrests", including one in the North West, have been made in connection with the Westminster terror attack.

The Met's Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said the arrests were made in the North West and the West Midlands.

Four people died and at least 50 people were injured during the attack on Wednesday, with 31 requiring hospital treatment, Assistant Commissioner Rowley said.


Specialist counselling for Edge Hill University students caught up in terror attack

Edge Hill University students caught up in the London terrorist attack will be offered help from specialist counsellors from the 'Foundation for Peace' in Warrington.

The charity set up by Colin Parry who lost his son in the IRA bombing in the town, offers counselling for victims of terrorist attacks.

Thirteen students and one member of staff were in London for a trip to the Houses of Parliament.

Four students were injured when the attacker drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge.

I have to say the students have been incredibly resilient. It's been a very emotional experience for them and varying degrees of upset and trauma.

One of the things we'll be focussing on is the emotional as well as practical support we can provide.

– Lynda Brady, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Edge Hill University

Student injured in terror attack to stay in hospital for several days

The mother of a Lancashire student who was injured in the Westminster terror attack says her son will remain in hospital for several days.

Travis Frain was on Westminster Bridge when a car mowed down several people. Credit: Facebook

Travis Frain from Darwen was among a group of 13 students from Ormskirk's Edge Hill University, who were on the first day of a two-day visit to the Houses of Parliament when the attack happened on Wednesday.

The students had just left Parliament and made their way on to Westminster Bridge when a car mowed down several people.

The attacker left the car with two knives and went on to stab a police officer.

Four people were killed in the terror attack, including Pc Keith Palmer and the assailant.

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Cars removed from Westminster Bridge after terror attack

The silver and blue cars were driven away on Thursday morning. Credit: APTN

Two cars have been removed from Westminster Bridge after Wednesday's terrorist attack in the capital.

The vehicles were left stranded overnight after the area was cordoned off by police officers investigating the car and knife attack.

Five people are known to have died - including the attacker - and 40 others injured, some critically, after the incident.

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