Hero police officer who was paralysed in terror attack on Westminster Bridge gets help from DIY SOS to allow him to return home to his partner and two children

Mail Online | 2/12/2015 | Rory Tingle For Mailonline
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A police officer who was paralysed during the Westminster Bridge attack is to have his home renovated by the cast of TV show DIY SOS.

PC Kris Aves was mown down by a car driven by terrorist Khalid Masood in March, leaving him with a devastating spinal chord injury.

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This was in addition to broken legs, numerous head injuries, a lacerated elbow and damage to his sternum and shoulder.

The policeman is still at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire because he is unable to move around his home in East Barnet, reports The Mirror.

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But the DIY SOS team will install a lift and widen the doors so they can fit a wheelchair.

PC Aves says he is 'grateful' to the team for the help, which will reunite him with his daughter, four, and son, six, as well as his partner Marissa.

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He was walking across the bridge with colleagues PC Roger Smith and PC Bradley Bryant on March 22 when they were hit by the 4x4.

The trio were returning from a ceremony to honour officers who deal with public order issues.

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Masood, 52, killed 75-year-old Londoner Leslie Rhodes, US tourist Kurt Cochran, 54, and mother-of-two Aysha Frade, 43, as he...
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