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Sydney attack victims include a mother who saved her baby and a Chinese grad student

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The people killed and wounded by an assailant at a Sydney shopping mall were mostly women
The people killed and wounded by an assailant at a Sydney shopping mall were mostly women.
A police officer shot and killed the man who had attacked people at the busy Westfield Bondi Junction mall, and his family said he had a long history of schizophrenia, lacked social skills and had a fascination with knives. Police said their investigation would include why he targeted women and avoided men during his attack.
Those killed were five women and one man. Twelve people were wounded, and police said they mostly were female.
Here’s some information on those killed.
Friends and family of 38-year-old osteopath Ashlee Good remembered her as a “beautiful mother, daughter, sister, partner, friend” and an “all-round outstanding human.”
Good’s 9-month-old daughter was wounded and was in serious but stable condition in a hospital Monday.
Good reportedly passed her baby to two strangers nearby before she lost consciousness. “To the two men who held and cared for our baby when Ashlee could not — words cannot express our gratitude,” the family’s statement read.
Good’s father, Kerry Good, is a former Australian Rules football player and a current board member of the North Melbourne AFL club. In honor of Ashlee, the club wore black armbands in its match on Sunday.
Dawn Singleton was the 25-year-old daughter of well-known businessman John Singleton.
She worked as an e-commerce assistant for a women’s fashion outlet in Sydney, which said in a social media post they had “not only lost an employee but someone special to us who felt like a family member.

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