A traumatised primary school teacher was one of the Streatham terror attack victims, it is understood.
The woman in her 50s reportedly screamed "he stabbed me" after Sudesh Amman's knife rampage in the south London suburb on Sunday.
And police cars were yesterday seen parked outside St Bede's Catholic Infant and Nursery School near Balham, a short distance from the scene.
It is thought the teacher worked there but a representative for the school wouldn't comment last night.
However, the Archdiocese of Southwark confirmed a female employee was injured in the attack but she is "recovering and doing OK".
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"We can confirm that an employee was injured. But we are not going to say anymore. We are looking to protect her. She is recovering and is doing OK but it is very early days. We just want to give her the chance to recover in private," a source at the Archdiocese told The Guardian.
One mum, whose daughter goes to the school, said: "It's terrifying, it's so close to home.
"My daughter told me, although we do not know her name.
"I hope she recovers quickly."
Amman, 20, was released from jail just days before carrying out what police called an Islamist-related terrorist attack.
Nothing is known of the second victim, also stabbed in broad daylight on the busy street.
Met Police said they've taken more than 50 witness statements as they continue to investigate.
Two properties were raided in Streatham yesterday and another was searched in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, more than 40 miles away.
"Detectives from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command continue to carry out fast-time enquiries into the circumstances of the attack in Streatham High Road at 2pm on Sunday 2 February," Scotland Yard said yesterday.