Seriously injured victims of the terror attack in London this week remain in hospital - with one in a critical condition.
Four people died after Khalid Masood, aged 52, mowed down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death in a bid to storm the Houses of Parliament.
Masood died after he was shot by armed officers.
His latest victim to die was a 75-year-old man, whose life support was withdrawn at King's College Hospital, London, last night.
Another patient there remains in a critical condition, while four are stable.
At St Thomas's Hospital, another woman remains in a stable condition.
Amanda Pritchard, chief executive of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, said: "I would like to thank all staff who were involved in the response to the terrible event.
"The trust's major incident procedures have worked well, and there has been an excellent response from both clinical and non-clinical staff. My thoughts are with all affected by this appalling tragedy."
Unarmed PC Keith Palmer died after being stabbed at the Houses of Parliament.
US tourist Kurt Cochran, from Utah, was celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary with his wife, Melissa, when he was struck on Westminster Bridge on the last day of their trip
Aysha Frade, who worked in administration at independent sixth-form school DLD College London, in Westminster, also died after being hit on the bridge.