Fundraisers planned for London attack survivor Melissa Cochran
WEST BOUNTIFUL, Utah —
(KUTV) Friends and high school classmates of Melissa Cochran are planning a series of fundraisers to benefit the London attack survivor.
According to Melissa's brother Clint Payne, the Viewmont High School class of 1989 have arranged for restaurants in Davis County to donate a portion of their sales.
The group has also set up an online fundraiser through PayPal. For more information about the fundraiser, click here.
Melissa Cochran is recovering at her West Bountiful home after flying back from London April 10. She underwent minor surgery and is progressing better than expected, according to her brother.
Thursday morning, the family shared a picture of Melissa, showing the moment she first returned home.
Melissa and her husband, Kurt, were among those hit by an SUV on London's Westminster Bridge March 22. Kurt was killed. Melissa was injured. The couple had been in Europe celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary.