Family of Westminster river plunge survivor overwhelmed by love and support

first_imgFloral tributes to the victims of the Westminster attack are placed outside the Palace of Westminster “Andreea is still in a critical but stable condition and benefits from the best medical healthcare possible. We are overwhelmed by the love, support and respect for our Andreea.”The Metropolitan Police have been and continue to work tirelessly in providing their care and support during this very difficult time.”Andrei has since been discharged from hospital. Andrei Burnaz, partner of Andreea Cristea who jumped into the Thames Footage of the atrocity showed Ms Cristea falling 50ft from the bridge into the freezing water below. Mr Burnaz was knocked to the ground.She was pulled out of the water alive, but remains in hospital in a stable condition. Andreea Cristea was critically injured when attacker Khalid Masood ploughed through pedestrians in last Wednesday’s attack. The 29-year-old, who was visiting London with her boyfriend, is still in hospital, almost a week after the tragedy.Her partner, Andrei Burnaz, had been planning to propose to her later that day. Mr Burnaz had been planning to propose to Ms Cristea on the day of the attackCredit:Facebook  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img In a statement, the couple’s families said: “Our family is so grateful for the first responders, the medical personnel and the assistance of the UK Government agencies. Floral tributes to the victims outside the Palace of WestminsterCredit:Matt Dunham /AP Andrei Burnaz and Andreea Cristea from Romania who were injured during last week's terror attack The family of a Romanian woman who fell from Westminster Bridge into the River Thames during the terrorist attack say they are “overwhelmed by the love, support and respect” shown for her. Ms Cristea with her partner Andrei Burnaz, who was also injured in the attackCredit:PAlast_img