The former assistant to Jo Cox has recalled the moment the MP was shot and stabbed to death in her West Yorkshire constituency.
Giving evidence at her murder trial, Fazila Aswat said she had tried to encourage Mrs Cox to think of her two children as she lay injured in her arms.
Describing the moment she pulled up in a silver Vauxhall Astra with Mrs Cox and another colleague outside the library in Birstall, West Yorkshire, she said: "I got out of the car. I was still on the roadside. Jo walked over to the side of the pavement and my colleague walked a few steps closer up. In that instant our lives changed forever.
"The next thing I saw was Jo on the floor and there is a man stood over her with a knife and I think that's when I knew it was completely wrong. At that time - panic. I started to shout 'somebody help, help'.
"There was a gun, there was a knife and she was on the floor. I can remember the movement, it was really fast so I can't say which part of the body was targeted."
Mrs Aswat said that she had told the MP to run away between attacks but Mrs Cox replied: "Fazila, I can't run, I'm hurt."
Thomas Mair, 53, denies her murder.
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