Ex-neighbour 'devastated' to learn of Aysha Frade's death
- Author: Leroy Wright Mar 30, 2017,
Mar 30, 2017, 1:01
They were due to return home yesterday, said their family.
A minute's silence was held at 9.33am to honour Palmer, whose police shoulder number was 933. "We are thinking of you and the girls during this incredibly hard time". We are grateful that she will recover.
"I love talking to people that light up when they talk about what they are passionate about", said Kizerian. "Kurt was one of those people".
"Melissa also received serious injuries in the attack, and is being cared for in the hospital".
The club said: "Keith was a familiar face at The Valley to many supporters and sat in his same East Stand seat for many years".
"The last time I spoke to them was at New Year and Christmas. He was every inch a hero, and his actions will never be forgotten", she said.
"I just can't believe what I'm hearing this morning", neighbor Patricia Scotland told The Telegraph.
A member of the parliamentary and diplomatic protection command, Palmer was not carrying a gun, Metropolitan Police Acting Deputy Commissioner Mark Rowley said in an evening news conference.
Speaking in Parliament the day after the incident, his former colleague, Conservative MP James Cleverly, paid a tearful tribute to the man he met 25 years ago as part of Battery 100 Regiment, Royal Artillery.
Theresa May said the idea would be "considered in due course" and thanked Cleverly for the "compassion" and "passion" he gave about his friend. "He was a wonderful dad and wonderful husband to his wife and everything". "A loving son, brother and uncle".
"He will be deeply missed". The town's mayor, Ramón García Vázquez, confirmed Frade's death, saying he had been informed early on Thursday morning.
Aysha lived in London with her two daughters and her husband, John Frade.
Ms Sawdon described Mrs Frade as "one of the most charming" people, and said her children were "adorable", adding: "It's just so terribly sad".
Aysha Frade, 43, was on her way to meet her two children, aged 8 and 11, when she was run over and killed.
Principal Rachel Borland said staff were "deeply shocked and saddened" by her death.
"All our thoughts and our deepest sympathies are with her family".
"She loved coming here and spending time with friends and relatives".
The assailant was shot dead near London's Houses of Parliament after the chaotic rampage.
Among them were 12 British nationals who have been hospitalized, Prime Minister May told Parliament.
Three French students, one Australian and a group of South Korean tourists were among those hurt in Wednesday's attack, which took in a popular location for sightseers. There was no word on the extent of their injuries.