A Victim Of The London Terror Attacks Has Been Named As Mum Of Two
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A victim of the London terror attack has been named as mum-of-two Aysha Frade.
Yesterday's attacks, which shocked the nation, saw the loss of five people in total - including policeman Keith Palmer.
Frade, 42, was believed to be picking up her two children, aged eight and 11, from school.
She was one of the four victims who died after a man drove a Hyundai 4x4 into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge close to the Houses of Parliament.
Aysha Frade. Credit: Facebook
The attacker fled the scene, and ran towards Parliament, before stabbing Palmer and was later shot by armed officers. He was pronounced dead.
Frade also leaves behind her husband, John, and she was a British national of Spanish descent. Her family, reports suggest, are now on their way over to the UK.
It's believed she taught Spanish at a college near the scene of the terrorist attack.
Tributes have been paid to her on social media. Ramon Tombo Bastida wrote: "Wonderful lovely woman. We will all sadly miss you. RIP Aysha."
Begonia Lopez Martinez said: "There is a new angle in the sky...one amazing, extraordinary angel... going to miss you!! RIP lovely and wonderful Aysha."
Seven people have been arrested as part of the attacks following raids at addresses in London and Birmingham overnight, but police have confirmed the attacker acted alone.
The hashtag #WeAreNotAfraid, with the symbol like that of the London Underground signs, have been shown in support of yesterday terror.
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