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Six people, including five women and a male security guard – were killed by the 40-year-old schizophrenic, as he attacked innocent bystanders at Bondi Junction Westfield.

The victims Ms Good, 38, Dawn Singleton, 25, the daughter of millionaire businessman John Singleton, mother-of-two Jade Young, 47, Pikria Darchia, 55, Chinese national Yixuan Cheng, 27, and security guard Faraz Tahir, 30.

Mr Tahir died trying to protect shoppers while his colleague Muhammad Taha was stabbed in the stomach.

He is recovering in hospital, with the government offering the Pakistani citizen permanent residency in Australia for his heroics.

“Six patients continue to receive care in hospital for their injuries,” a NSW Health spokesperson said.

As of 12pm Friday, two patients are at St Vincent’s Hospital.

One female patient is in a stable condition and one male patient is in a stable condition, with both on a ward.

People return to Bondi Junction Westfields to bring flowers and show their respect. Family of Ashlee Good pictured. Picture Thomas Lisson

People return to Bondi Junction Westfields to bring flowers and show their respect. Family of Ashlee Good pictured. Picture Thomas Lisson

Two patients are at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

One female remains in intensive care in a serious but stable condition, while one male is in a stable condition on a ward.

One female patient is at Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition on a ward.

Cauchi was shot dead by Inspector Amy Scott who bravely confronted the knifeman alone.

In the aftermath of the stabbing Ms Good’s family released a statement saying they were “reeling from the terrible loss of Ashlee, a beautiful mother, daughter, sister, partner, friend, all-round outstanding human and so much more”.

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