Utah man killed in London attack,
wife badly injured
near Britain's Parliament in London, relatives of the couple said on Thursday.
their 25th wedding anniversary and had been due to return to the
United States on Thursday, according to his brother-in-law, Clinton Payne.
pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, Payne said in a statement.
a policeman who was stabbed to death. Cochran's wife was among
about 40 others who were injured.
shot to death by police.
leg and rib, and a cut to her head, Payne said. She was expected to recover.
companion and father," Payne said.
attack," Trump wrote on Twitter. "My prayers and condolences are
with his family and friends."
studio business over the last 10 years, according to a GoFundMe page
created by the family to help pay for Melissa Cochran's treatment.
They lived in Bountiful, a city about 10 miles (16 km) north of Salt Lake City.
and audio skills to local school productions, "other worthy causes"
and their hometown's Summerfest arts and music festival, Payne
wrote on the GoFundMe page.
Davis Art Center, which hosts the annual
celebration, described Kurt Cochran as a "sincere
and loving friend" and said he had helped out
with the Summerfest for at least seven years.
interview. "He really got this soundstage off
the ground and provided opportunities for local
artist to perform. Some of them have gone on
to have recording careers."
in London for the Salt Lake City-based Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints (LDS), also known as the Mormon church, LDS
spokesman Eric Hawkins said in an email.
depicted scenes from their vacation in Europe, including one of him
smiling while holding a large glass of Belgian beer.
another relative, Shantell Payne, wrote on Facebook. "We will miss
Kurt beyond words."