#WeStandTogether: Twitter users pay respects to Westminster Attack victims

#WeStandTogether - Twitter users pay respect to Westminster Attack victims

The tribute to the victims of the attack was held on Westminster Bridge (Credit: Twitter @carolealfono)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Today marked a week since the terror attack in Westminster which killed four people and injured up to 40 others. 

To mark the victims, a special ceremony was planned on Westminster Bridge, where Kurt Cochran, Aysha Frade and Leslie Rhodes were killed by a car driven by Khalid Masood. 

An 82-second silence - the time from when the attack began to when it finished with Masood's death - was held on the bridge to honour the three, as well as PC Keith Palmer, who was fatally stabbed by the attacker. 

Since the tribute, and from just before it, #WeStandTogether has been trending on Twitter as the users expressed solidarity. 

See their responses here: