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Concert planned to honor Utah man killed in London attack

Friends and family of a Utah man killed in a high-profile London attack that left his wife injured and four other people dead are holding a concert to celebrate his life.
Friends and family of a Utah man killed in a high-profile London attack that left his wife injured and four other people dead are holding a concert to celebrate his life.
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BOUNTIFUL — Friends and family of a Utah man killed in a high-profile London attack that left his wife injured and four other people dead are holding a concert to celebrate his life.

The show is planned for Saturday in honor of Kurt Cochran, who was thrown from Westminster Bridge when he and his wife were struck by an SUV that plowed into a group of pedestrians.

Melissa Cochran, of West Bountiful, suffered a broken leg in the March 22 attack that happened the last day of a European trip celebrating the couple's 25th wedding anniversary.

The show held in lieu of a traditional funeral is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. and last until 8 p.m. at Bountiful City Park, 400 N. 200 West.

The Cochrans ran a recording studio in their basement, where Kurt Cochran helped musicians develop their talents.

— Associated Press