SALT LAKE CITY - A Utah woman injured in a high-profile London attack on Westminster Bridge says she was looking at her camera and didn't see the sport utility vehicle coming before it plowed into a crowd of pedestrians, killing her husband.

Melissa Cochran said Saturday she and her husband Kurt Cochran had been grabbing each other's hands, kissing and saying how much fun they were having just before the March 22 attack.

Cochran, who lived in Boise as a child, says she's sometimes angry at the attacker who killed her husband, but she doesn't hate him and wants to instead spread a message of love.

She spoke at a concert honoring her husband, who helped developed young local musicians at a recording studio in his home.

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