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Bourke St attack: More than $80k raised for 'Trolley man' who assisted police

SBS Sunday, 11 November 2018
Bourke St attack: More than $80k raised for 'Trolley man' who assisted policeA crowdfunding campaign has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the man who heroically attempted to assist police with a shopping trolley during the Bourke Street mall attack.
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