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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A Met Police officer has been left with life-changing injuries after being mowed down by a terrorist Khalid Masood.

As Police Constable Kris Aves left a commendation awards ceremony held by the Met Police he found himself in the middle of a terrorist attack.

As he walked across Westminster Bridge he was hit by a car that came from nowhere and struck him.

Police Hour within the next few days will be launching an appeal to help raise funds for PC Kris Aves.

We have already made contact with the Met Police Federation to ensure once we have launched this appeal they reach the right place.

The Officer based Lambeth, South London has just attended a commendation ceremony at the Met’s new HQ in Cannon Row.

Fellow officers PC Roger Smith suffered leg injuries and required a number of operations.

While a third officer PC Bradley Bryant was discharged from hospital following treatment for minor injuries.

The three officers were hit by a grey Hyundai 4×4 travelling at high speed along the pavement.

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