At least four British students are among the 40 injured
Owen Lambert, 18, and Travis Frain, 19, are believed have been struck by the grey Hyundai i40 outside the Houses of Parliament yesterday.
Angela Frain, Travis’s mum, said he was rushed to hospital where he is being treated for a cracked rib and injuries to his hand and arm.
Mr Frain called his mother, a teacher, shortly after the attack.
Ms Frain said: “It was a very short phone call because obviously it had just happened.”
Mr Lambert, from Morecambe, was treated in hospital and given stitches for a head wound.
Two other students from Edge Hill University, in Lancashire, were also among the injured.
A group of 13 students and a lecturer from the Lancashire university were on a two-day trip to Westminster Palace.
Five people were killed in the attack
Our assumption is that they were either knocked over by other people or struck by the vehicle
Dr John Cater, vice chancellor of the university, told BBC North West TonightL “Our assumption is that they were either knocked over by other people or struck by the vehicle.
"Obviously all of them will be somewhat traumatised by what they have seen."
A young Romanian couple, Andrei and Andrea, were also ravaged in the attack.
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At least five people have been killed including a policeman and the attacker
Andrei, who works as an engineer, was rushed to King’s College Hospital after suffering leg injuries.
Andrea was rushed to nearby St Thomas’ hospital, which is just across the river from where the attack took place.
Most victims were taken to either the nearby St Thomas’ hospital or King’s College hospital.
Kings is renowned for its specialist trauma centre which treats severe injuries.
Mr Frain called his mother, a teacher, shortly after the attack
Patrick Tracey said he was waiting outside St Thomas’ A&E department for news of an injured friends’ condition.
He said: “I want to know how Andrea is because he told me he couldn’t find his girlfriend. He was in shock. They are great young kids.”
Two French students and a South Korean remain in a serious condition.