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>> This was the moment a Romanian woman fell into the Thames in the British capital, as Khalid Masood plowed a car into crowds on Westminster Bridge, before stabbing a policeman to death. Now, after fighting for her life for over two weeks, Andreea Cristea has died, becoming the fifth victim of the London attack.
Local media piecing together a picture of Andreea. Reports suggesting the 31-year-old Romanian was visiting London with her boyfriend, who himself was injured. It's thought the car hit him before pushing Andrea towards the side of the bridge and possibly off it. An investigation into the attack is still ongoing.
The unanswered question, why did it happen? It's known Masood was a former criminal and a convert to Islam. But there's very little about any degree of radicalization or contact with militant groups. And all those arrested in the wake of the attack have now been released. Attending a service of hope on Wednesday, the families of the other victims, US tourist Kurt Cochran, college worker Aysha Frade, retired window cleaner Leslie Rhodes, and PC Keith Palmer.
In a statement, Andreea's family said she was a ray of light, who was ripped away in the most heartless and spiritless way.