FILE PHOTO: Members of the public pay their respects on Westminster Bridge on the anniversary of the terror attack in London, Britain, March 22, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls/File Photo
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A man who mowed down pedestrians with a car near Britain's parliament before stabbing a policeman ruined many lives in a matter of seconds, an inquest heard Monday, as it began with tributes to the victims and details of their last moments.It was the first of five attacks in Britain last year that police blamed on terrorism, and coroner Mark Lucraft said the attack had lasted less than two minutes.The inquest, which is expected to last several weeks, will seek to establish the circumstances around the deaths of the four pedestrians and the police officer, Lucraft said.A separate inquiry into Masood's death will be held later.In testimony from Metropolitan Police officer John Crossley, the inquiry heard that Masood's car may have reached 66 km per hour as it drove along the sidewalk.
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