Westminster terror attack hero to get BBC TV show home renovation

Police officer injured in Westminster attack to get TV show home renovation

Kris Aves was given life-changing injuries after being struck by the car driven by Khalid Masood (Credit: Twitter @PoliceHour)

Thursday, September 14, 2017

A police officer who was seriously injured in the attack on Westminster is get his home renovated. 

PC Kris Aves was walking on Westminster Bridge on the day of March 22 with two other colleagues - PC Roger Smith and PC Bradley Bryant - when Khalid Masood rammed his car into them. 

Aves suffered a serious injury to his spinal cord, and has been left paralysed as a result. 

The police officer remains in hospital in Buckinghamshire almost seven months on from the attack because he is now unable to move around his home in East Barnet. 

However, the cast of BBC TV series DIY SOS is apparently going to help out, according to The Mirror. 

The crew are going to install a lift and widen the doors to Aves' home so his wheelchair can be moved around to reunite the man with his family.  

Dozens of people were injured and four killed after Masood drove his car onto pedestrians on the bridge, before fatally stabbing PC Keith Palmer in the grounds of the Palace of Westminster. 

He was shot dead in New Palace Yard mere moments afterward.