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Blackburn South woman dies in hospital after Bourke St rampage

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Thousands of people paid tribute to those lost and impacted by the Bourke St tragedy with a packed memorial at Melbourne?s Federation Square. VIDEO: Christine Vanden Byllaardt

A Bourke Street Mall service was held for those who were killed and injured in the car attack. Picture: Ian Currie

A MELBOURNE woman became the sixth person to be killed in the Bourke St massacre when she died in hospital on Monday night.

Police confirmed a 33-year-old Blackburn South woman died just before 7.30pm.

The devastating news comes more than a week after the tragedy unfolded in Melbourne’s packed city centre, and will trigger another wave of grieving for the victims of the rampage.

Among those killed when a car ploughed through Bourke St on January 20 were Matthew Si, 33, Jess Mudie 22, 10-year-old Thalia Hakin, three-month-old Zachary Bryant and a 25-year-old Japanese man who was understood to have been in Australia for about a year and studying in Melbourne.

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The damaged car after it was driven into a crowd in Melbourne's Bourke St Mall. Picture: AAP/Julian Smith

The damaged car after it was driven into a crowd in Melbourne’s Bourke St Mall. Picture: AAP/Julian SmithSource:AAP

Matthew Si. Picture: Supplied

Matthew Si. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied

Zachary Bryant and his sister Zara. Picture: AAP/RCH, Bryant Family

Zachary Bryant and his sister Zara. Picture: AAP/RCH, Bryant FamilySource:AAP

Jess Mudie. Picture: Instagram

Jess Mudie. Picture: InstagramSource:Instagram

Thalia Hakin. Picture: Supplied

Thalia Hakin. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied

HUNDREDS REMEMBER BOURKE ST MALL RAMPAGE VICTIM THALIA HAKIN

MELBOURNE CBD VICTIM THALIA HAKIN DOTED ON SISTER MAGGIE

Hospitals have treated 37 other people injured during the incident, with nine patients remaining in care.

One of the patients remains in a critical condition at Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Windsor man Dimitrious “Jimmy” Gargasoulas, 26, has been charged with five counts of murder with other charges pending and was remanded to appear in court in August.

Families and friends of the victims have continued to share photographs and memories of their loved ones, as the fallout from Friday’s tragedy still sweeps Victoria.

Broken-hearted Melburnians left

Article source: News Source

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