Westminster terror survivor Melissa Cochran's family have released the first photos of her recovering in hospital with her leg in a metal brace.
In a second picture, captioned "Getting stronger every day", she stands on crutches in her hospital gown smiling defiantly.
She suffered a broken leg, broken rib and cuts to her head when British-born Muslim convert Khalid Masood, 52, drove a rented auto at 76mph through crowds outside Parliament, killing two other people.
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American Melissa suffered a broken leg, rib and cuts to her head when Muslim convert Khalid Masood rammed his Hyundai 4×4 into crowds on Westminster Bridge, killing her husband Kurt.
An image posted Thursday by her brother, Clint Payne, to a fundraising page set up by the family shows Melissa smiling as she holds a cellphone in her hospital bed. It's been a tender experience for our family to be together with Melissa here.
The couple had been visiting Melissa's parents, who were serving as missionaries in the London Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, when they were caught up in the attack. "These flowers are at the site where Kurt and Melissa were struck".
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However, members of the family refused to condemn killer Masood or his actions as Clint Payne added: "There is no ill feeling".
The news came after inquests were opened into the deaths of the victims of the Westminster terror attack and a separate inquest into the death of the terrorist, Khalid Masood. Her 54-year-old husband was killed.
Kurt and Melissa P. Cochran.
Kurt died at the scene on the bridge.
Earlier this week, the family also returned to the site of Kurt's death for the first time - laying a wreath in his honor on Westminster Bridge.
Masood then left the vehicle and stabbed an unarmed policeman, Keith Palmer, who died.
In the years before his attack, he lived near a number of known radicals in Luton before travelling between homes in east London and Birmingham.