Man injured in mosque attack dies
Police were informed late last night that a man injured
in Al Noor Mosque on 15 March had died.
The man, a
46-year-old, had been in a critical condition in
Christchurch Hospital since the terror attack.
Police wish to extend their condolences to the man’s
family and loved ones.
The man’s family has
requested that his name not be released to media at this
stage, and Police will be respecting their wishes.
Police are unable to provide any further comment or
information at this time.
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