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'I got him but he didn't go down': Trolley Man tells how he rammed Bourke Street attacker

The Age Saturday, 10 November 2018 ()
'I got him but he didn't go down': Trolley Man tells how he rammed Bourke Street attackerAn man hailed as a hero for ramming the knife-wielding Bourke Street attacker with a supermarket trolley has described how he acted instinctively.
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A man waving a knife was shot by police on Melbourne’s Bourke Street on Friday, November 9, shortly after a car explosion prompted police to lock down the street. Victoria Police issued a statement saying a man was arrested at the scene and taken to hospital under police guard in a critical...

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