The confrontation with new images of a security agent put in the neck by the terrorist Bourke Street has come to the fore.
Somali-born Hassan Khalif Shire Ali, 30, killed three men, one fatal, during his Friday afternoon in the heart of Melbourne.
Shocking images of one of his victims, a 24-year-old security official, have been revealed.
Shocking images have emerged from the Bourke Street terrorist who attacked one of his victims
The video shows the young guard standing at his post in front of a shopping mall in Bourke Street, apparently unaware of the terror that is approaching him.
Ali turns the corner, straight in the guard and stabs him once in the neck.
The guard folds in his neck before he runs inside, leaving blood stains on the floor.
Ali is chasing him for the footage obtained by Nine news, ends.
The young man from the southeastern suburb of Hampton Park in Melbourne was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital with the other survivor after Ali was shot and arrested.
He is a SecureCorp employee, who provides security staff to organizations throughout Australia.
The guard flees after being stabbed in the neck. He reportedly recovered well
A spokesperson for SecureCorp told The Age that he recovered well.
& # 39; Things are going well with him, & # 39; she said. & # 39; He was stabbed in the neck. He got medical help and went through it, it goes very well. & # 39;
The other surviving victim was revealed as 58-year-old Tasman Rodney Patterson, who says he is doing well too.
Rodney Patterson (right) was also stabbed and survived the attack, recovering in the hospital
Mr. Patterson (second from the left) was praised by the Tasmanian Prime Minister for his prowess
His wife Maree said that the couple was in the attack & # 39; busted when her husband was stabbed.
The Tasmanian Prime Minister Will Hodgman tweeted a support speech for Mr Patterson on Friday evening.
"Our thoughts are with a brave Tasmanian, Rod Patterson, his family and friends," he wrote.
& # 39; A nicer guy that you would not meet. It is not surprising that he would intervene to help others.
We wish him all well. & # 39;
The 74-year-old Melburnian cup of coffee, Sisto Malaspina (photo) died during the attack
Sisto was loved by staff and customers in his iconic Bourke Street coffee shop Pellegrini & # 39; s
The victim who died during the attack was identified as Melbourne coffee master Sisto Malaspina, who initially approached Ali to help him out of a burning car.
Tribute has taken place for Malaspina, 74, whose Espresso Bar of Pellegrini was considered an instrumental setting for Melbourne's coffee scene.
He was stabbed in the face by Ali, who died on an operating table shortly after the police shot him in his coffin.