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>> Remembering a frontline officer killed protecting Parliament, but perhaps more importantly, a father and a husband. Thousands of police officers are lining the streets of central London to pay their respects to PC Keith Palmer. I'm Reuters Jacob Greaves reporting from Westminster, where the funeral procession is taking place for the policemen murdered in last month's Westminster attack.
On the 22nd of March, he paid the ultimate price, the line of duty, stabbed to death by attacker Khalid Masood at the gates to the houses of Parliament. That moment brought terror to the doors of Westminster. Masood plowing into pedestrians before he tried to breach Parliament security. The rampage killing five before Masood himself was shot dead.
The latest victim remaining, tourist Andrea Cristea, having her life support turned off just last week. Her boyfriend was reportedly set to propose the day of the attack. Masood's exact motives still a mystery, they have died with him. But his actions have left a mark on Britain's capital. The specter of lone wolf attacks, once distant, now visible on London's streets.
On Monday, a moment to reflect on a fallen colleague before Keith Palmer's coffin was carried to a service at nearby Suffolk Cathedral.>> That He gave his only Son.>> Further tributes being paid to the married father of one. His name now written alongside others who've lost their lives in police service.
But his now synonymous with the deadliest attack on British soil in over a decade.