A man from Utah on vacation to celebrate his 25th wedding anniversary was among those killed in Wednesday's terrorist attack outside of U.K.'s Parliament in London, the victim's family said in a statement.
Kurt W. Cochran was killed by the attacker, 52-year-old Khalid Masood, who killed one other person with his car on Westminster Bridge and then stabbed a police officer to death outside of Parliament Wednesday afternoon, authorities said. Cochran's wife was injured in the attack.
"Our family is heartbroken to learn of the death of our son-in-law, Kurt W. Cochran, who was a victim of Wednesday's terrorist attack in London," the statement said. "Kurt was a good man and a loving husband to our daughter and sister, Melissa."
They were in Europe to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary, and were scheduled to return to the United States on Thursday.
President Donald Trump offered his condolences in a tweet Thursday, writing: "A great American, Kurt Cochran, was killed in the London terror attack. My prayers and condolences are with his family and friends."
The news of Cochran's death was first reported by KSL TV, an NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In addition to the dead, at least 30 people from 12 countries were injured. Prime Minister Theresa May said that, of those who required hospital treatment, 12 were British, three were French, two were Romanian, four were South Korean, two were Greek, and one each were from Germany, Poland, Ireland, China and Italy. The U.S. State Department said it had reports of two U.S. citizens injured. Portuguese officials also said one person from Portugal was injured.
Police earlier said that seven people were in critical condition.